The enactment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002 by the U.S. Congress marked a major change for both internal and external auditors, corporate senior management, boards of directors, and many others. Internal auditors now have new, greater responsibilities to their audit committees, to external auditors, and for overall corporate governance. With ample coverage of emerging rules that have yet to be issued and other matters subject to change, this program outlines fundamental blueprints of the new rules, technological developments, and evolving trends that impact internal audit professionals, including disaster recovery and business continuity practices, and fraud detection and prevention following SAS 99.
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