Some Chief Audit Executives (CAEs) and audit managers tend to think that audit automation is a set-it-and-forget-it process. NOT.
In this post, I want to expand on a problem I mentioned in an earlier post , 10 Signs Mgmt Doesn’t Really Support Analytics.
Audit management too often thinks that once a process or an audit is automated, ALL auditor/staff hours previously spent performing that process can be reassigned elsewhere.
That is not the case at all.
I was visiting a dear friend recently when I happened upon a security failure.
My friend lives in an upscale, assisted living facility and recently had thousands of dollars withdrawn from her accounts via ATM.
I was thinking about why people don’t take the time and effort to practice good computer security–and then I remembered two things: