To create a successful analytics program in internal audit, you must have a plan. A plan that points to analytic North.
That requires WRITTEN goals.
In an earlier post I outlined 10 Signs Mgmt Doesn’t Really Support Analytics.
One of the signs that indicates management isn’t really serious about analytics is that management does not require every staff member to have measurable analytic goals.
What’s the biggest problem in computer security, according to valsmith at carnal0wnage.attackresearch.com? Well, it’s…
As the author admits, the post leans toward self-promotion of the company, but it makes many good points and deserves a read and a good pondering.
Filed under Audit, Security