Beyond Demonstrating Compliance-The Reinvention of Internal Audit

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Derek E. Brink, VP & Research Fellow for IT Security, Aberdeen Group

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An unceasing focus on compliance, combined with an increasing focus on managing risk, has created greater pressure from the Board and heavier workloads on the internal audit function, most of which are still overly reliant on manual and paper-intensive processes. How are Best-in-Class organizations reallocating their internal audit resources to achieve the greatest value-add? Aberdeen presents the findings from its latest benchmark research, and a link for complementary access to the full report.

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