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 The Future of Cybersecurity in Internal Audit





Five Key Characteristics of an  Effective Quality Assurance and Improvement Program (QAIP)

This joint research report effort from the Internal Audit Foundation and Crowe Horwath sheds light on how internal audit is adapting to overcome new and ever-changing risks to cybersecurity.

The report uses the survey responses to draw attention to key areas internal audit should focus on to successfully address cybersecurity concerns. Highlights include relationship building, goal setting for cybersecurity audit programs, and the increasing role of cybersecurity programs within the internal audit function.








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