Profiles of Technology-Enabled Internal Audit Functions at Leading International Companies
In today’s sophisticated organizations, internal audit functions must be technology-enabled to increase the scope and pace of their work, as well as to produce more timely and accurate results. The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the leading global internal audit authority, has recognized the increasingly vital role of technology in internal auditing, both in its highly regarded Guide to the Assessment of IT Risk (GAIT) series and its International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (Standards).
There are greater overall demands and expectations for internal auditors to help their organizations better manage their risks and ensure governance processes and controls are functioning as intended. In this booklet, we profile nine international companies that value technology-based audit and data analysis techniques bring to their internal audit functions and is investing in the necessary training.