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Internal Auditor

2003, v. 40, n. 6

  • Página 11-19
    Título: UPDATE SEC approves listed company requirements; flaws found in FBI's IT infrastructure; and executives question value of Sarbanes-Oxley.

  • Página 21
    Título: AROUND THE GLOBE.
    Resumen: New Zealand - Keeping pace with changes in internal auditing.

  • Página 23-25
    Título: BACK TO BASICS.
    Resumen: Co-workers play a vital role in employee theft investigations.

  • Página 27-30
    Título: COMPUTERS & AUDITING.
    Resumen: Leveraging technology to manage risk across the enterprise.

  • Página 32-39
    Autor/es: John Silltow.
    Título: SHEDDING LIGHT ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RISKS.
    Resumen: It auditing does not hinge solely on highly specialized reviews. Effective tech-related risk management rests just as much on basic, commonsense practices.

  • Página 41-45
    Autor/es: NORMAN MARKS.
    Título: TRAINING THE AUDIT COMMITTEE.
    Resumen: Because internal auditors must stay current on trends, legislation, regulations, and risk management, they are the ideal organizational resource to develop and manage an education program for directors.

  • Página 46-51
    Autor/es: MARIANNE M. JENNINGS.
    Título: THE CRITICAL ROLE OF ETHICS.
    Resumen: Recent history has shown that when individual ethics are compromised, corporate ethics fail and financial disaster is not far behind.

  • Página 52-57
    Autor/es: MICHAEL BARRIER.
    Título: ONE RIGHT PATH.
    Resumen: MCI Vice President of Internal Audit Cynthia Cooper believes that where ethics are concerned, you have to obey your conscience and accept the consequences.

  • Página 58-65
    Autor/es: SCOTT GREEN.
    Título: FIGHTING FINANCIAL REPORTING FRAUD.
    Resumen: By keeping their eyes and ears open and asking the right questions, internal auditors can provide a healthy mix of quarterly financial audit procedures that augment their traditional evaluation of internal controls.

  • Página 67-71
    Autor/es: DAVID O'REGAN.
    Título: AUDITING 0N FOREIGN SOIL.
    Resumen: International assignments can subject internal auditors to a host of potential dangers. Adequate preparation and vigilance are key to the auditor's safety, if not Survival.