An Involved and Agile IT Audit Function Is Key to Cybersecurity

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Andrew Struthers-Kennedy, Protiviti Managing Director, IT Audit Global Leader

Getting ahead of the threats, rather than constantly reacting to their consequences, is what it’s all about. There is a growing recognition that IT auditors need to be involved in the investment, planning, design and implementation phases of new technology projects as well as other, non-technology projects that have the potential to impact an organization’s security risk profile.

This article lists some questions for you to consider as you seek greater IT audit agility to manage cybersecurity and an action item checklist specifically for internal audit departments seeking to build that relationship and increase the agility of the IT audit function.

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