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AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA, discusses CPAs and cybersecurity.
“There is no doubt in my mind that we will get to a safer and more secure digital world.” So said Jeff Spivey, president, Security Risk Management, in his presentation at The IIA’s 2014 All Star Conference. How that will happen is up for grabs, but Spivey offers some insight on what it will take to get there.
IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers explains why old-school audit planning was not designed to deal with unexpected risks.
Audit Committees may not be adept at defining what they need from you. If you figure out what inquiries and pressures they’re dealing with, you’ll transcend “strictly financial reporting” and be on your way to becoming a significant source of relevant information.
Although compliance requirements dominate an audit plan, chief audit executives have opportunities to leverage compliance activities and create value.
Helen Brand of ACCA on How Accountants Can Combat Cybercrime
February 28, 2013 - Accounting Today
Helen Brand, chief executive of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, discusses what accountants can do to tackle the growing problem of cybercrime.
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