Enterprise Risk Management

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Audit Committee: Importance to the Board of Directors

What should the audit committee’s relationship be with an organization’s board of directors, compensation c...
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Five Components of the COSO Framework You Need to Know

WHAT DOES COSO STAND FOR? In 1992, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission...
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Currency Risk: The Purpose and Risk of Money

What Is Money? People may say that “money is the root of all evil,” but is it? It may be best to point ou...
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How to Assess Your View of Future Risks

Given the complexity of the business environment, executives need to be careful to avoid overconfidence tha...
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How to Conduct an Up-to-Date Information Security Audit

The point of the article, of course, was that people must focus their attention in the correct places when...
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Second Line of Defense: What Needs to Be Present

What is the Second Line of Defense? Essential to effective risk management, the lines-of-defense model is ...
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How to Easily Revamp Risk Culture in the Digital Age

How many directors can name a chief risk officer who has advised them and the executive team that the organ...
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How to Define Risk Management Goals and Objectives in Your Organization

Risk oversight and risk management are high priorities on the agenda of most organizations. Here are popul...
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Risk Oversight: How to be Aware of Emerging Business Risks

Given the dynamic environment, the audit committee should take a close look at the company’s risk profile a...
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How to Evaluate Your Corporate Culture

Starting the Process to Evaluate Culture Internal auditors often talk about the “tone at the top” – the i...
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Five Essential Lines of Defense You Need to Know for Managing Risk

Organizations have learned many lessons over the years from specific financial crises. For example, if a...
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What Is Internal Audit’s Role in Cybersecurity?

Corporations are always thinking about how to protect assets. A few of the white-collar crimes companies mu...