Auditing and Disruptive Technologies
There are huge risks in implementing disruptive technologies, and some will stumble, fall, and fail. Those that thrive will most likely have cutting-edge audit teams working on and with the latest technologies. The time for action is today. Are you ready to lead from the front?
New from the Internal Audit Foundation!
Times are changing. Where there are challenges there are opportunities, but only if you embrace them. Disruptive technologies not only change the way companies do business, they have the power to transform business models, value propositions, supply chains, and customer relationships.
Author Thomas Sanglier provides auditors with an introduction to disruptive technologies. Using these technologies as examples, the book explores potential impacts to business models, roles, governance, and risks to enable auditors to help their organizations through the forthcoming changes. In addition to organizational impacts, the book discusses auditing disruptive technologies as well as how auditors might leverage these same technologies to provide greater audit effectiveness and/or efficiency.
About the Author:
Thomas Sanglier, CIA, CPA, CRMA, is a Senior Director, Internal Audit for Raytheon Company. He is Vice-Chair of The IIA's Guidance Development Committee, which develops and issues professional guidance to the internal audit profession. He is a member of The IIA's North American Board and past Chairman of the Board for Easter Seals of Massachusetts. He is a frequent speaker at internal audit-related conferences on topics such as governance, risk assessment, anti-fraud/corruption, internal control, and audit leadership.
Thank you IIA-Chicago Chapter for your sponsorship of this Internal Audit Foundation publication.
Item Number: 10.1284