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Innovation Governance: Innovation and the Auditor

Author: K. Brian Kelley, CISA, CSPO, MCSE, Security+
Date Published: 1, May 2019

Innovation teams research new and innovative ways for the business to compete. This usually means accelerating a development cycle, incorporating feedback quickly and continually revising a product or process. In other situations, it may mean taking the organization into new territory, whether it be via new functionality, new market space or the like. Overall, innovation efforts may mean new processes or workflows or operating models. To an auditor, all of this screams risk. Then there is the idea of using innovation for audit. After all, we are having to look at more and more data to verify controls...


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