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Historically, the Internal Audit profession has not been a leader on the topics of diversity and inclusion. Internal Audit Insights recently caught up with Adam Rutan of Cardinal Health who shared his audit team's experience of how they redefined diversity and improved their audit function along the way.
To help security leaders find new ways to better align with business colleagues, we turned to two experts to find out how they’re constantly maneuvering between technical requirements and fueling business priorities.
Rather than robotic humanoids or machines who have become “self-aware,” artificial intelligence might be better described as computer systems that can predict human behavior. For internal audit, it can be a handy tool for specific processes within audit and analyzing overall sets of data with greater accuracy and even predict risk.
At times, internal auditors don't explain to their clients that processes should be built to operate error-free. Even when controls detect errors, customers report gaffes, or sheer luck saves the day, these events often cause re-work. Here's what you can do to help your clients prevent mistakes.
Given today’s content-driven society, it benefits cybersecurity and threat intelligence practitioners to gain some understanding of the psychological strategies and exploitation techniques within the intelligence and counterintelligence tradecraft.
Because of technology and godlike accessibility, the new crop of auditors has a completely different paradigm, and previous generations must learn to connect with this generation to accomplish audit goals. With a widening skills gap between the top and the bottom students, we’ve compiled some ways to look for the worthwhile candidates for your company.
In this follow-up article, cloud researcher Mark Nunnikhoven gives us his take on the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, which can exploit flaws in modern processors. Nunnikhoven provides us with the potential implications that you should take note of.
An interview with industry veteran Aaron Turner that helps demystify the probable consequences of Meltdown and Spectre, the two headline-grabbing security vulnerabilities capable of exploiting critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. Turner breaks down what you should do.
This article won’t show you exactly how the report should look, but will you give you some of the basics to expunge elements of the old audit report so you can make room for the new audit report.