Audit Never Sleepshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Audit-Never-Sleeps.aspxAudit Never Sleeps<p>​IIA Global Chairman of the Board Angela Witzany says internal audit’s ability to remain relevant hinges on ceaseless attention to the priorities of the organization <br>it serves.</p>Angela Witzany01887

 

 

Integrating Key Risk and Performance Indicatorshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Integrating-Key-Risk-and-Performance-Indicators.aspxIntegrating Key Risk and Performance Indicators<p>​Internal audit can leverage its risk knowledge to improve operational performance and reduce risk exposure.</p>Larry L. Baker12061
Collaborative Risk Management https://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Collaborative-Risk-Management-.aspxCollaborative Risk Management <p>​As organizations consolidate their risk processes, internal audit may not be able to continue to stand alone.<br></p>Dan Clayton12323

 

 

Fraud Detection Failurehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Fraud-Detection-Failure.aspxFraud Detection Failure<p>​Auditors should go beyond the financial statements to look more closely at red flags that may indicate fraud.</p>Art Stewart0737
Yellow Card for Youth Sportshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Yellow-Card-for-Youth-Sports.aspxYellow Card for Youth Sports<p>​A rash of fraud in local youth sports organizations points to a need for nonprofits to become fraud-savvy.</p>Art Stewart0482

 

 

Cyber Resiliencehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Cyber-Resilience.aspxCyber Resilience<p>​Internal audit should work collaboratively and proactively to address breaches and build resistance to future attacks. </p>1
Driving Innovationhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Driving-Innovation.aspxDriving Innovation<p>​The Internet of Things may change the way governments operate, says Dan Hoffman, chief innovation officer for the Innovation Program in Montgomery Co., Md.</p>0
Fraud Detection Failurehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Fraud-Detection-Failure.aspxFraud Detection Failure<p>​Auditors should go beyond the financial statements to look more closely at red flags that may indicate fraud.</p>0

 

 

Editor's Note: What the Future Holdshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/What-the-Future-Holds-2.aspxEditor's Note: What the Future Holds<p>​Managing Editor David Salierno talks about the recent advancements and future of technology.<br></p>David Salierno0666
The Opportunity of Thingshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/The-Opportunity-of-Things.aspxThe Opportunity of Things<p><span style="color:#666666;">Are boards and management overlooking the commercial advantages of embracing the Internet of Things?  </span><span style="color:#666666;">​</span></p>Neil Hodge1563

 

 

Canary in the Organizational Coal Minehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Canary-in-the-Organizational-Coal-Mine.aspxCanary in the Organizational Coal Mine<p>​<span class="s1">Internal audit serves as a key warning indicator, but only when stakeholders truly appreciate its value.</span></p>Mike Jacka1685
Communicating Resultshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2016/Pages/Communicating-Results.aspxCommunicating Results<p>​Sharing audit observations is one of the most important tasks auditors perform.<br></p>JJ Jenkins11051

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​Contrasting Comments on Internal Audit From a CAE and a Consultanthttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/marks/Pages/Contrasting-comments-on-internal-audit-from-a-CAE-and-a-consultant.aspx​Contrasting Comments on Internal Audit From a CAE and a Consultant<p>​​Two recent pieces, one from a CAE and the other from KPMG, have contrasting guidance for internal audit. </p>Norman Marks0981

 

 

You Need a Breakhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2016/Pages/You-Need-a-Break.aspxYou Need a Break<p>We all know that we have to find respite from the daily grind. But how often do we really step away?</p>Mike Jacka0

 

 

Baylor Scandal Offers Lessons on Governance and Culturehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2016/Pages/Baylor-Scandal-Offers-Lessons-on-Governance-and-Culture.aspxBaylor Scandal Offers Lessons on Governance and Culture<p>There are lessons from Baylor for not only for boards and executives in the academic community, but in the corporate and other sectors as well.<br></p>Richard Chambers0

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7 Deadly Internal Audit Sinshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2016/Pages/7-Deadly-Internal-Audit-Sins.aspx7 Deadly Internal Audit Sins2016-08-01T04:00:00Z2016-08-01T04:00:00Z
Asking the Tough Questions About Internal Audithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/marks/Pages/Asking-the-Tough-Questions-about-Internal-Audit.aspxAsking the Tough Questions About Internal Audit2016-08-13T04:00:00Z2016-08-13T04:00:00Z
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
When Internal Audit Finds Itself at the Plaintiff's Tablehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2016/Pages/When-Internal-Audit-Finds-Itself-at-the-Plaintiffs-Table.aspxWhen Internal Audit Finds Itself at the Plaintiff's Table2016-08-15T04:00:00Z2016-08-15T04:00:00Z