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 […]

Internal Auditor’s April 2019 Issue  f e a t u r e s  24 | COVER GDPR’s Global Reach Internal auditors around the world are starting to learn the impact of Europe’s data protection regulation on their organizations and their role in compliance. BY ARTHUR PIPER   31 | The Upside of Risk Internal auditors can provide greater value by also focusing on the positive. BY BASIL ORSINI  36 | Auditing the Smart City Increasingly sophisticated […]

Internal Auditor’s February 2019 Issue  f e a t u r e s  24 | COVER Trials and Transformation Ten years ago, amidst unprecedented economic upheaval, Richard Chambers became The IIA’s president and CEO. The internal audit profession has changed much since then, he says, and it will need to continue to evolve. BY ANNE MILLAGE   30 | Building the Audit Function A strategic, measured approach to setting up shop can produce lasting […]