Due to various regulatory requirements and professional standard revisions, auditors must now use a risk-based audit approach to lower their organization's risks.
Would your current audit techniques catch an employee who frequently travels for business if they used their purchasing card (P-Card) to fill their gas tank while on vacation? What if that same... View details »
Assessing the degree of risk facing an organization is not a new role for Internal Audit. Learn how audit teams are know being seen as a business partner and added resource within Higher Education... View details »
Every bank’s prospective earnings and capital are exposed to a constant stream of transaction risk. There is inside transaction risk that may involve fraud schemes, control overrides and errors... View details »
Get statistics around the extent of internal fraud in business and the impact of fraud-fighting techniques, including data analytics.
When it comes to auditing and fraud detection, spreadsheets are one of the most popular tools because they are both familiar and convenient. Most spreadsheet applications, however, aren’t designed... View details »
The generally accepted definition of ERM is the process of identifying, assessing, measuring and monitoring. As other aspects of the GRC space consolidate, are there potential synergies between... View details »
Using people, process and technology to fight fraud.
CaseWare Analytics has partnered with Concur to create a connector that integrates T&E expense and purchase card (P-Card) data from Concur with human resources (HR), financial, and other... View details »
To rise to the challenge of performing an effective audit while also adding more value and using fewer resources, internal auditors must maximize the use of any resources available to them.... View details »
It’s well known amongst auditors that data analytics helps simplify and improve audits, reduce costs and detect potential fraud, errors and abuse earlier. However, many auditors are missing the... View details »