One of my favorite lists to review each year in January is KnowledgeLeader’s list of the top 25 pages from the previous year. I am always curious what will end up on this list as it is different each year. In 2016, our subscribers frequented the Process Classification Scheme (PCS) more than any other page. This tool was originally published on our site in 2007 and is a staple framework to our Risk and Control Matices (RCM) library.
Managing security and privacy for an organization is not an IT issue—it is a business issue requiring a comprehensive, risk-based approach to manage. Because of the risk and impact to the internal control environment, information security risk is an absolute must when outlining topics to address in the audit risk assessment and audit planning process.
Diversity refers to "human qualities” that are different from our own and those of groups to which we belong, but that are manifested in other individuals and groups. Dimensions of diversity include, but are not limited to: age, ethnicity, gender, physical abilities or qualities, race, sexual orientation, educational background, geographic location, income, marital or partner status, military experience, parental status, religious beliefs, work experience, and job classification. Diversity is about what makes us unique and includes our backgrounds, personality, life experiences and beliefs. It is a combination of the visible and the invisible differences that shape our view of the world, our perspective and our approach.
One of my favorite things to see on KnowledgeLeader is the Weekly Top 5, showing the top viewed items on our site in the last week. Each year, we publish the Top 25 pages of the prior year and every quarter, we publish the Top 10 items. We are all about letting you know what is trending on our site.
At the beginning of each year, the KnowledgeLeader team publishes its top 25 pages from the previous year, as determined by subscribers like you. Not surprisingly, the Risk Oversight and Risk Management Questionnaire was the most viewed page in 2014.
Social media continues to upend how the business world interacts with customers, and there’s no turning back. Lines of communication that once were almost universally unidirectional have become two-way conversations thanks to platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and their brethren.
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