Protecting Customer Datahttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/protecting-customer-dataProtecting Customer Data<p>​With personal information at risk, internal auditors must provide assurance for the many facets that make up data security.</p>Michael Levy11558

 

 

The Proactive Risk Adviserhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/the-proactive-risk-adviserThe Proactive Risk Adviser<p>​Internal audit needs to move away from its retrospective focus on assessing risks. </p>Theresa M. Grafenstine12032
A Boost to Fraud Risk Assessmentshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/a-boost-to-fraud-risk-assessmentsA Boost to Fraud Risk Assessments<p>​Reviews based on the updated COSO Internal Control–Integrated Framework may help prevent fraud.</p>Michael Rose12095

 

 

A Matter of Life and Deathhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/a-matter-of-life-and-deathA Matter of Life and Death<p>​Poor controls and no segregation of duties allow a records clerk to pocket fees related to birth and death certificates. <br></p>Linda Kapp1457
Profiting off HOAshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/profiting-off-hoasProfiting off HOAs<p>​Home owner associations can be ripe targets for fraud by contractors, board directors, and others.</p>Art Stewart0201

 

 

Investing in Human Capitalhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/investing-in-human-capitalInvesting in Human Capital<p>​<span><span>GE Capital's CAE of Internal Audit, Joseph Pizzuto, knows the value of development and training when it comes to staff recruitment and retention. GE's employees are considered valuable assets to the company, and are invested in as such.</span></span></p>0
A Matter of Life and Deathhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/a-matter-of-life-and-deathA Matter of Life and Death<p>​Poor controls and no segregation of duties allow a records clerk to pocket fees related to birth and death certificates. <br></p>1
Are You Driving Away Talent?https://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/are-you-driving-away-talentAre You Driving Away Talent?<p>​<span><span>Peak audit performance hinges on keeping staff motivated and focusing on retention.</span></span></p>1

 

 

Risk Readyhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/risk-readyRisk Ready<p>​Citi’s CAE of technol​​ogy, Joanne Coulson, works closely with the information security function to assess emerging IT threats to the financial giant.</p>Staff1914
The Next Generation of Cyber Expertshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/the-next-generation-of-cyber-expertsThe Next Generation of Cyber Experts<p>Your organization's next IT audit hire may still be in high school.</p>Tim McCollum11325

 

 

Investing in Human Capitalhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/investing-in-human-capitalInvesting in Human Capital<p>​<span><span>GE Capital's CAE of Internal Audit, Joseph Pizzuto, knows the value of development and training when it comes to staff recruitment and retention. GE's employees are considered valuable assets to the company, and are invested in as such.</span></span></p>Staff064
Are You Driving Away Talent?https://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/are-you-driving-away-talentAre You Driving Away Talent?<p>​<span><span>Peak audit performance hinges on keeping staff motivated and focusing on retention.</span></span></p>Nnennaya C. Anyaebosi1894

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The Disconnect Between Information Security Officers and Executiveshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/marks/2015/the-disconnect-between-information-security-officers-and-executivesThe Disconnect Between Information Security Officers and Executives<p>​Cybersecurity ranks high on directors' area ​​of concern, and they want to know more.</p>Norman Marks0231

 

 

To Audit Emerging Risks, We May Have to Leave Our Comfort Zonehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2015/to-audit-emerging-risks-we-may-have-to-leave-our-comfort-zoneTo Audit Emerging Risks, We May Have to Leave Our Comfort Zone<p><span style="color:#666666;line-height:19px;">Internal auditors' comfort zones must evolve if we are to address emerging risks in our audit plans.​</span></p>Richard Chambers0

 

 

The First Step is to Take the First Stephttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2015/the-first-step-is-to-take-the-first-stepThe First Step is to Take the First Step<p>Some advice for a young animator that has just as much value for internal auditors.</p>Mike Jacka0

         

         

        When Culture Is the Culprit: Lessons From Toshiba, Hertz, and FIFAhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2015/when-culture-is-the-culprit-lessons-from-toshiba-hertz-and-fifaWhen Culture Is the Culprit: Lessons From Toshiba, Hertz, and FIFA2015-08-24T04:00:00Z2015-08-24T04:00:00Z
        Six Steps to an Effective Continuous Audit Processhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/six-steps-to-an-effective-continuous-audit-processSix Steps to an Effective Continuous Audit Process2008-02-01T05:00:00Z2008-02-01T05:00:00Z
        Harvard Business Review: How to Live With Riskshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/marks/2015/harvard-business-review-how-to-live-with-risksHarvard Business Review: How to Live With Risks2015-08-24T04:00:00Z2015-08-24T04:00:00Z
        6 Defining Events in an Internal Audit Careerhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2015/6-defining-events-in-an-internal-audit-career6 Defining Events in an Internal Audit Career2015-08-17T04:00:00Z2015-08-17T04:00:00Z