2018 State of the Internal Audit Profession

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The foundational tools and talents of technology-enabled Internal Audit

Emerging technologies are changing how we do business, go to market, and manage risk. For internal audit to continue to create value for its stakeholders, it needs to stay current on what technology innovations mean to their organization. The 2018 State of the Internal Audit Profession Study explores talent and technology strategy that can help your organization address the evolving risk environment.

2018 State of the Internal Audit Profession

Leaping forward in Internal Audit’s technology and talent journey  
to keep pace with innovation

Emerging technologies are giving organizations an opportunity to make leaps in productivity and market growth and create new products, services and markets. The 2018 State of the Internal Audit Profession Study explores how some of these technologies, when combined with a thoughtful talent strategy, are particularly important for businesses to embrace today in order to effectively manage the ever-changing risk landscape and capitalize on the benefits these technologies can bring to the functions efficiency and effectiveness.

“Internal audit leaders need to continuously ask themselves, ‘Is our methodology agile enough to respond to emerging risks and technologies, and are we leveraging the appropriate tools and talent to deliver smarter results?ʼ.”

Mary McNiff, Chief Auditor, Citigroup

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