The GDPR introduces a duty on all organisations to report certain types of personal data breach to the relevant supervisory authority. We explore the breaches and how you can be prepared.
When it comes to providing acceptable evidence of the right to process data, consent forms may seem the safest – and easiest – way to do so. But is it the correct way?
Is consent the most important Lawful Basis for processing?
How does your organisation minimise unconscious bias in recruitment? How is your function providing assurance on diversity? When did your function last audit the recruitment process?
Internal auditors have a pivotal role to play in fostering a positive approach to the GDPR and assuring management's implementation activities.
Does your organisation have a reduction programme already underway? Has it been audited? Is it challenging enough? We examine the issue.
Data analytics and the use of the spreadsheet.
Understand your organisation's obligations under the new levy, and how it can access the funds and manage apprenticeships.
The pitfalls and tips of a co-sourced internal audit function.
How does your charity comply with the Charity Governance Code?
How can we deliver the best service we can?
Come and find out at our annual conference.
Liz Sandwith talks about the NAO's latest guidance on cyber security.
What is the role of internal audit in risk management?
Why do we find it so difficult to measure the performance of internal audit?
Join us on 19 September for the launch of the UN Human Rights Assurance Guidance.
What are the key features to consider in EQAs?
Liz has over 28 years’ experience in internal audit and risk management. She spent 13 years as head of internal audit at Channel 5 followed by five at Bupa, where she held a number of roles, from head of assurance, risk and compliance to head of internal audit operations. She has also worked with the Information Commissioner’s office and the Electoral Commission, as well as advising a number of local authorities on internal audit and risk management issues.
Liz served as president of the institute between 2000 and 2001 and she became the Chartered IIA’s chief professional practice advisor in May 2016.