In close collaboration with partner organizations, the CAQ is actively engaged in policy developments related to audit committees.
EXPLORE MORE The CAQ has been at the forefront of the movement to develop quantitative and qualitative metrics regarding the audit—commonly referred to as audit quality indicators (AQIs)—that could be used to better inform audit committees about key matters that may contribute to the quality of an audit.
EXPLORE MORE A complex and evolving issue, cybersecurity has serious implications for public companies, their boards, investors, and other stakeholders.
The CAQ works to illuminate the role of auditors in this critical area.
EXPLORE MORE Along with skepticism and objectivity, independence is a pillar of audit quality.
Audit firms are committed to continuously enhancing their policies, processes, and systems to monitor independence on audit engagements.
This case study describes how one of the world’s most innovative and successful companies selected 1Tech to improve and integrate its IT processes and to transfer skills to Toyota’s information systems community.
Toyota have developed a collection of processes and standards for use by their Information Systems department known as the Information Systems Methodology (ISM) and, within it, a further set of processes known as the Information Systems Project Methodology (ISPM) to manage both the software development lifecycle and the business processes which govern it.
EXPLORE MORE The panel discussion videos are short excerpts from a CAQ event where practitioners and a leading academic provide perspectives on various issues related to the auditors’ risk assessment of a company.
Included are the panelist bios and free short descriptions of each video excerpt.