Not all risks are created equal, and not all organizations have the same ability to measure, manage or mitigate these risks.
New research from Grant Thornton and The IIA Research Foundation provides a framework to help internal audit functions enhance efficiency.
The audit committee can play a key role in influencing an organization about the importance of incorporating data analytics into the internal audit function.
With cyberattacks and data breaches becoming increasingly common, cybersecurity has risen in its strategic importance and has landed squarely on the desk of the CFO.
Regulatory enactments are constantly changing the corporate governance landscape. Organizations are held accountable for accuracy and integrity in their business operations, and they must have effective and reliable governance and compliance procedures in place. Grant Thornton helps companies:
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CorporateGovernor helps management, internal audit executives and boards of directors understand today's governance issues.
Precaution is needed as mobile devices gain on credit and debit cards as a flexible and secure way to pay.
Companies must be vigilant in managing emerging risks that affect their third-party relationships and contracts governing them.
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