Jun 8, 2021
In business, everything must regularly be audited to ensure optimal performance—and cybersecurity is no different! Camille is joined today by Thomas LaLevee, Chief Internal Auditor chez China Construction Bank S.A. Thomas sheds light on the implications of an increasingly digitized world when it comes to assessing cybersecurity risk in governance and audit, and offers great insight into what traits and discussions will be necessary in future board meetings. Their conversation covers what makes a good internal auditor, the overlap between governance and internal audits, why a mix of traditional and innovative risk thinking is key, the need to provide adequate information to the board in developing cybersecurity protection strategies, the discussions that need to take place as governance models are developed, bridging the language gap between IT and the board to convey complex technical issues, how digitization trends will impact governance and audit, and more!
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