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21157The Audit Report

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  • Dan Swanson
    4 Apr, 2017


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      Eight Things the Board and C-Suite Want from Internal Audit
      Internal auditors realize they must pay closer attention to what their stakeholders—namely boards and executive management—expect of them and whether these expectations are being met. During a recent internal audit conference by the Institute of Internal Auditors, Larry Harrington, vice president of internal audit at Raytheon, and Angela Witzany, head of internal audit at Sparkassen Versicherung AG, a large insurance provider in Austria, examined eight important messages that stakeholders are sending to internal audit, and how the function can respond.
      Auditing the Online Marketing Program
      In this digital age online marketing activities, including e-mail marketing, search engine advertising, and social media are among the most important ways to connect with customers and promote products and services. We recently spoke to Dan Tsang, director of internal audit at Expedia, for this podcast about why companies should audit the digital marketing program, how to get started on such an audit, and what to look for in terms of key risks.
      Survey Finds Directors Lack Understanding of Cyber-Risks
      Cyber-risk oversight is becoming an increasingly critical job for corporate boards. Yet a recent survey finds that many directors may not be equipped with the knowledge and understanding they need to provide that oversight. A lack of knowledge can create a disconnect between technology professionals and directors leading to the potential for breakdowns in IT risk management and cybersecurity.
      Screening your third party vendors and business partners for risk can be a challenging process. With so many different factors to consider, where do you even begin? The Anti-Bribery and Corruption Risk Assessment Checklist outlines how to implement an effective anti-bribery compliance program using a protect, detect and correct methodology to manage core program components including, but not limited to:
      • Policies
      • Risk Assessment
      • Corrective Action
      This checklist will enable you to design and implement an effective, global and consistent anti-bribery compliance program.
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