Last week we invited audit, risk and compliance professionals to join together in a one day event in New York City to share their experience and expertise around this very question. Here are the top four takeaways from GRC LeaderCon.
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In this post, John Verver dives into common risks that occur in the supply chain process and gives examples of how to use technology to better manage them.
Although commonly used as a GRC tool, spreadsheets use can garner significant risks (and costs) if not properly monitored and controlled. In a recent blog post by Michael Rasmussen of The GRC Pundit, he looks at real life examples of organizations looking to get away from negative impacts of using speadsheets for GRC.
Damage to an organization’s reputation can have a direct impact on its bottom line, ability to grow and, in some instances, the ability to continue as an organization—so why do many organizations still struggle to find an effective way to manage this risk?
In this post John Verver discusses the ACFE's Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud—noting that employee fraud is still a major problem.
For the past decade, PwC’s annual State of the Internal Audit Profession study has proved to be a reliable barometer of the status of issues impacting auditors globally. In this post, John Verver comments on the theme of executive leadership in internal audit and the critical role of data analysis.
The Product Pulse is ACL’s regular blog series on product and ecosystem updates. In this Edition: Top secret surveys revealed for all, how to go on a data safari, and Inspirations for insurance.
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At times the challenge of combatting government fraud, waste and abuse may seem overwhelming, but what may seem at times to be an insurmountable problem can be broken down and prioritized, and efforts concentrated on actions that have the greatest impact. Here are five questions you need to ask in the fight against fraud.