Now available: the February issue of the Internal Auditor magazine

The February edition of Internal Auditor magazine showcases innovative ways to form today’s internal audit function in an ever-changing market, as well as understanding regulatory change and clearing the clouds from artificial intelligence (AI).

In the lead feature, “A Voice in the Boardroom,” board members and audit executives weigh in on the best path to ensuring internal audit is heard, loud and clear, by corporate directors.

Additional features explore relevant risk topics, from a risk tolerance tool that the Canada Revenue Agency created to why it’s time to recheck the financial forecast.

The February edition’s various departments cover relevant content that runs the gamut from the granular to the grand. The first issue of the year examines the most important matters facing internal auditors today, from asking the question, “Is it better to specialize or generalize?” to answering “How should audit committees assure that whistleblower allegations are taken seriously?” Within the pages, readers will explore how to find the fraud behind the flags, see the bigger picture, stay in session with risk, evolve with talent management, and audit the bots.

No magazine edition would be complete without a look inside The Mind of Jacka, who warns against auditing like we’re “Drunk and in Charge of a Bicycle.”

You can access the latest edition of Internal Auditor at any time at The website features robust content on the most relevant issues affecting internal auditors worldwide, along with videos, blogs, and a digital archive dating back through 2004.