This year’s honorees are redefining what it means to be tech savvy,  agile, and well-rounded in today’s profession.

Internal Auditor’s August 2020 Issue  F E A T U R ES  24 | COVER The Digitally Transformed Enterprise – As organizations adapt to new ways of doing business, internal audit must expand its understanding of data and technology risk. BY CHRISTINE JANESKO  30 | The Artificially Intelligent Audit – Function With planning and processes, AI can revolutionize internal audit’s work and value. BY KITTY KAY CHAN AND TINA KIM  35 | Trust in Technology –  Internal […]

Internal Auditor’s June 2020 Issue  F E A T U R ES  22 | COVER Navigating the Crisis – Auditors can help management address short-term risks, with an eye toward what may lie farther down the road. BY ARTHUR PIPER  28 | Working in Concert CAEs weigh in on the types of questions audit committees could ask them to strike the right tone. BY NEIL HODGE  35 | Data Protection in a GDPR World – New […]

IIA Bulletin — Pandemics: Considerations for Social Distancing The latest IIA Bulletin outlines the general questions you should be asking to assess your organization’s telecommuting policies, procedures, and infrastructure, along with its health-related policies and procedures. Download Now COVID-19 Is No Black Swan — It’s in Technicolor The consequences of COVID-19 are much greater than one could have imagined from a pandemic in the 21st century. This multifaceted, evolving, and […]

Internal Auditor’s April 2020 Issue  F E A T U R ES  26 | COVER The Responsible Organization – As investors focus on ESG reporting, there is opportunity for internal auditors to get involved and provide assurance. BY NEIL HODGE  32 | An RPA Road Test Internal auditors at a freight transportation company take robotic process automation for a test drive. BY RICK WRIGHT  39 | Audit With Acumen – Internal audit can incorporate elements of […]

Internal Auditor’s February 2020 Issue  F E A T U R ES  24 | COVER A Voice in the Boardroom – Board members and audit executives weigh in on the best path to ensuring internal audit is heard by corporate directors. BY ARTHUR PIPER  31 | A Plan for Regulatory Change – A topdown assessment model can help internal auditors keep tabs on regulations and ensure the organization is prepared for what lies ahead. BY NANCY HAIG  36 […]

Internal Auditor’s December 2019 Issue  F E A T U R ES  22 | COVER Risks in View A recent survey highlights the often wide disconnect among organizational stakeholders on key risk areas. BY ARTHUR PIPER  29 | Framing AI Audits As more organizations implement artificial intelligence, internal auditors need a framework for reviewing these systems. BY DENNIS APPLEGATE AND MIKE KOENIG  36 | Internal Auditors Should Be Brave Telling the truth and […]

Internal Auditor’s October 2019 Issue  F E A T U R ES  22 | COVER Emerging Leaders 2019 This year’s honorees are driving change in their audit functions and setting an example for the profession. BY RUSSELL A. JACKSON  35 | The Auditor’s Mindset  Critical  information may be missed in audit interviews when cognitive biases affect professional skepticism. BY CHIH-CHEN LEE, MARK RILEY, AND REBECCA TOPPE SHORTRIDGE  40 | The Risks in Supply Chains A supply chain is […]

Internal Auditor’s August 2019 Issue  F E A T U R ES  20 | COVER Security in the Cloud The growing use and increased complexity of cloud computing is creating new challenges for internal auditors. BY ARTHUR PIPER  27 | Stronger Assurance Through Machine Learning  By inferring from past examples, artifi cial intelligence tools can generate useful, real-world audit insights. BY YING-CHOONG LEE  32 | Wrangling the Internet of Things Connected devices are everywhere in businesses and expanding rapidly, so auditors will […]

Internal Auditor’s June 2019 Issue  F E A T U R ES  24 | COVER The Right Path With help from internal auditors, organizations can reap the performance benefits of ethical decision-making. BY RUSSELL A. JACKSON   30 | In Line With Risk Implementing a risk management program can better align an organization’s risk profile.BY DORINA HAMZO  36 | Step Forward IIA’s 2019–2020 North American Board chair, BENITO YBARRA, says internal auditors can do more […]