This report provides an assessment and outlines the risks facing IT internal audit globally, as well as identifying the critical contribution ITIA can make to businesses.
It is a critical time for IT and internal audit. Professionals must ensure systems are robust enough to withstand a hacking incident as well as ensure they do not fall found of incoming legislation, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); failure of which incurs hefty fines. IT Internal Audit (ITIA) must keep abreast, and if possible anticipate fast-moving developments in technology.
To find out how ITIA is responding to these challenges and more, KPMG surveyed ITIA representatives of 250 organisations, both large and small, that operate globally and across a wide range of industries.
Based on our analysis of the survey results, the main findings include:
You can read the full report, IT Internal Audit Survey 2017: Multiplying risks amid scarce resources.
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