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Fraud has always been a concern for nonprofit organizations, and it’s not going away. A recent Association of Certified Fraud Examiners report shows the median loss is more than $100,000.
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From the Volkov Law Group (http://www.volkovlaw.com), a three-part series on reputation damage. In this series, Mr Michael Volkov ponders about the meaning of reputational damage; he later on explains how to face the possible threats a company may face; and at the end he endorses the need for the company’s management to address these dangers through the creation of a senior post for risk-related issues. 58 more words
Logic Manager also has the capability of managing incidents, I assume these incidents can be related to risks and opportunities that have been identified. This allows the company to have an incident management system and risk management tool in a single solution, keeping maintenance costs down and ensuring that incidents don’t go unattended.
In order to determine the completeness of the overall processes a control framework model can be a strong reference to commonly known best practices. The COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations) and CoCo (Canadian Criteria of Control Board) are widespread and serve many large organizations as a guide to implement and maintain a robust control framework.
It’s not that long since we were dismissing the Internet of Things as something very much ‘next generation’. But, as you will see from Deloitte’s collection of articles ( 461 more words
Tate's Excellent Audit Committee Guide - Completed Initial Edition - 115 Pages Plus Additional Links
Click on the link at the bottom of this post for a pdf of the completed initial edition of Tate’s Excellent Audit Committee Guide 08042015. The guide is for boards and audit committees of public companies, private companies, nonprofits, and governmental entities. 69 more words