Navigating Internal Audit Personalities and Challenges

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This is a podcast episode titled, Navigating Internal Audit Personalities and Challenges. The summary for this episode is: <p>We decided it was time for some inner reflection here at GRC &amp; Me. Or, in GRC terms, an Internal Audit. Guest host Heath Anderson, LogicGate's Information Security Leader, does just that as he goes in-house and turns the mic on LogicGate's own Security Compliance Manager, Elizabeth Walker. Elizabeth is a fountain of knowledge for LogicGate and the GRC community. In this episode, Elizabeth defines what internal audit means, her perspective on the players, personalities, and challenges, and some valuable tips from her playbook.</p>
What does "Internal Audit" mean?
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Regardless of company size, you will run into the same personalities
00:47 MIN
If internal audit personalities were characters in The Office
02:59 MIN
How do you engage people and get them critically thinking?
00:58 MIN
Best practices to keep stakeholders engaged
00:52 MIN
"The control owner isn't the compliance team."
00:28 MIN
Collaborating with SMEs is key for internal audits
02:03 MIN
Exciting trend
00:32 MIN
Establish proactive controls that indicate people and culture are successful
02:15 MIN
Continuous control monitoring trends
02:11 MIN
If you could magically change one aspect of compliance, what would it be?
01:11 MIN

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We decided it was time for some inner reflection here at GRC & Me. Or, in GRC terms, an Internal Audit. Guest host Heath Anderson, LogicGate's Information Security Leader, does just that as he goes in-house and turns the mic on LogicGate's own Security Compliance Manager, Elizabeth Walker. Elizabeth is a fountain of knowledge for LogicGate and the GRC community. In this episode, Elizabeth defines what internal audit means, her perspective on the players, personalities, and challenges, and some valuable tips from her playbook.