An effective system of internal controls exists when:

  • Major risks are mitigated by internal controls.
  • Controls are implemented at a level appropriate to the determined level of risk.
  • Internal controls are effective, adopted, and monitored.
  • The system is continuously identifying and adapting to new risks.

Use this Blueprint to take a proactive approach to managing your controls and mitigating the greatest risks to your organization.

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Establish an Effective System of Internal IT Controls to Mitigate Risks

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Published: October 9, 2014
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