NEW! Remote Auditing: Challenges, Risks, Fraud, Technology, and Staff Morale
The IIA’s new report, “Remote Auditing: Challenges, Risks, Fraud, Technology, and Staff Morale” outlines the potential benefits of remote auditing, particularly for organizations with offices widely distributed geographically. By eliminating travel time, auditors can spend time on tasks that add value, such as in-depth reviews of documentation, or can consider different approaches to their work.
Other benefits of a remote audit include:
- An expanded pool of available auditors, including part-timers, specialists, or retirees who can be used on an as-needed basis.
- Expanded coverage because of time savings when competing priorities need to be considered.