As cyber security risks continue to expand and evolve at an increasing pace, so cyber resilience becomes critical to an organisation’s ability to operate. George Quigley covers the best approach in four steps: business assessment, governance and oversight, risk management framework and incident response and recovery.
Brexit-related disclosures in annual reports and accounts from some of the largest UK companies may be helpful to smaller audit entities and firms.
Highlight the value of assurance by demonstrating the benefits of assurance maps, with practical tips from Amarjit Atkar and John Ward
Auditors will need to consider how Brexit-related risks could impact on the firms they’re auditing. Our guide provides a framework for that analysis.
Cloud computing is transforming business IT services, increasing its operational efficiencies and reducing its costs. But the use of cloud computing services also poses significant risks that need to be planned for by audit committees, boards and management if they are to be handled effectively.
A summary of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, including information on current proposals and a timeline of past amendments, announcements, exposure drafts and consultations.
Read our quick-start guide, outlining a variety of areas that could impact your business, to help you start preparing for Brexit.
Brexit provides an opportunity for businesses to consider the information they hold on their supply chains/inventory as well as their approach to continuity planning. Read our guide to assist you in balancing the costs of these exercises with the potential benefits.
How can finance departments and internal audit make the most of data science? This was the main question Centrica's internal audit team and ICAEW discussed at a workshop on 15 October 2018.
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With a no-deal Brexit looking ever more likely, Paul Wallace explores what it could mean for the City.