April 25, 2016

”Where Was Internal Audit” – Hopefully Following the Risks

As a global leader in the internal audit profession, among the questions I dread hearing the most is: “Where was internal audit?” When the whereabouts of internal […]
April 18, 2016

Internal Audit Should Be on Alert for “Phishy” Business

It is no longer news that cybersecurity is one of the top risks facing organizations today. Cyber criminals are exhibiting increasingly ingenious tactics to hack public […]
April 11, 2016

The Dangers of Assessing Risks Through a Political Lens

Earlier this year, I wrote how the Uber phenomenon should raise awareness of the risks associated with disruptive innovation. I noted that deciding whether Uber fits […]
April 4, 2016

Internal Audit’s Role When Activist Investors are at the Door

At The IIA’s recent General Audit Management conference, the leader of a group representing corporate directors characterized investor activism as one of the main things that […]