Internal auditors are finally starting to adapt to the post-SOX era and "rebalancing" some of their priorities as they return to more traditional audit functions.
A new survey from Protiviti sheds light on this trend, with 24 percent of companies reporting that they have put a renewed focus on activities such as identifying key business risks and potential indicators of fraud, in addition to paying attention to compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.
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