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Ransomware among most pressing issues for auditors in 2022 — Gartner
Auditors will be dealing extensively with ransomware and the long-term effects of the pandemic in their audit plans for next year.
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BlackLine launches remote audit solution for businesses impacted by COVID-19
“With unprecedented uncertainty facing many organisations today, it's more challenging than ever for F&A to deliver an accurate picture of a company’s financial health."
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ECI expands print audit solution to A/NZ with PrintSolv
The move will make Print Audit, a print tracking and copy auditing solution, more accessible to office equipment dealers and end-users across the region.
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Gartner: data risk audit executives’ top concern for 2019
Annual Audit Plan Hot Spots Report reveals multiple risks and a lack of preparation around corporate data and analytics efforts.
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ISACA adds credentials for cybersecurity audits
The Cybersecurity Audit Certificate Program provides audit/assurance professionals with the knowledge needed to excel in cybersecurity audits.
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Identity and Access Management
How to get the right kind of control over your cloud
Trust in the cloud hasn’t always been universal, writes iland.
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Web Werks data centers gain security certification
The aim of a SOC 2 Type 1 audit is to confirm the security controls of an association's system, infrastructure, and strategies.
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Web Werks passes audit, now able to serve Indian Government
"It really makes us proud as we are now authorized to serve Indian Government.”
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Disaster Recovery
An audit is not a disaster: testing disaster recovery for regulation AND the real world
Many well regulated industries have DR compliance requirements imposed on them which, if not met, can have serious implications on a business.
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Accounting Software
How much time can automation save your auditing processes?
"Companies might be spending more than they need to," says Matt Goss.