IIA Basics for Auditors

The  Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) has back-to-basics articles for new auditors (and like Dummies books, the topics can be a reference for the rest of us). Even security pros might want to read a few of these to better understand their auditors, or how those auditors should be doing their jobs.

The topics are as follows (no special order):

1/20/15 I had a longer list originally, but the IIA took some of those articles offline, so I removed them from the list. I revised all the above links.

While you’re at it, consider reading these previous posts of mine:

Audit and IT Audit for Dummies

Why Hate Auditors?

Top 10 Ways to be a Lovable Auditor

Test Your Internal Control Knowledge (Quiz)



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