Weekly Wrap

Weekly Wrap – 5th December 2013

Why the code that was used to protect the United States nuclear inventory is relevant to your company’s information security efforts.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 27th November 2013

What will internal audit look like on Wednesday 21st November, 2063?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 20th November 2013

It is never too late to retract a mistake – the question is do you and how do you go about it?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 13th November 2013

An example of a poor basis to decide whether to investigate fraud is a good starter to assess the quality of your investigation decision framework.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 6th November 2013

The “Lockdown” Plague – overused or poorly used words in governance and audit reports.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 31st October 2013

The lessons that corruption and fraud prevention efforts can take from successful road safety campaigns.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 23rd October 2013

Learning to manage criticism is an essential tool of a well performing senior audit, risk or governance professional.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 16th October 2013

Are there some risks that are too big to manage or plan for?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 9th October 2013

A dispassionate and structured approach to assessing country corruption risk.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 3rd October 2013

Understanding the expectations of the Audit Committee.[Read more]