Internal Auditor’s August 2018 Issue 

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 28 | COVER Held Hostage Victim organizations are paying a high price for ransomware attacks. BY ARTHUR PIPER

 34 | Pulling Strings High-level hackers are using social engineering tactics to manipulate employees into giving up vital information. BY RUSSELL A. JACKSON

 41 | Internal Audit and the Blockchain There’s more to the blockchain than bitcoin, and auditors have much to learn about how it works. BY LORRAINE LEE, KIRK FIEDLER, AND RICHARD MAUTZ

 46 | The Ones You Least Suspect Internal auditors must be alert to the red flags of fraud, even when they point to the organization’s most trusted employees. BY RICHARD F. CHAMBERS AND DEANNA F. SULLIVAN

 52 | A Standard of Performance NAOHIRO MOURI, the 2018–2019 chairman of The IIA’s Global Board of Directors, urges internal auditors everywhere to “Emphasize the Basics—Elevate the Standards.”

 58 |  Women at the Top Six internal audit leaders share how they climbed the professional ladder. BY JANE SEAGO

 

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