Job Types Focus

  • A Day in the life of a Cyber Security Professional
    Acting as the policing equivalent for the cyber sphere, the job of a cyber security professional is essentially to apply their expertise to identify and prevent cyber-attacks.
  • An external audit provides an impartiality that the in-house internal audit team cannot. While internal auditors can’t help but be personally invested in the outcome of their findings, there are no concerns over repercussions for the external auditor.
  • Read our discussion on making Internal Audit more independent.
  • In a time where its function has never been more critical to both business strategy and reputational prowess, internally marketing the value-add of internal audit to the rest of the business is something every organisation should consider doing.
  • Are you considering a career move from Internal Audit to Forensic Accounting? Read about making the move with our article.
  • This article takes you through the 2018 market trends, skills and regulations for Internal Auditor jobs within the Financial Services sector.
  • As technology develops, those professionals with data analytics experience have as a result found themselves rising through the ranks within the internal audit function.
  • The internal audit function remains as relevant in today’s market as it ever has, in fact perhaps even more so in light of incoming regulations and directives such as the EU GDPR.
  • So, we are currently looking at a world stage led, to all intents and purposes, by a figurehead who is more than a little questionable in his views and policies regarding the socioeconomic and political climate in the US. Well, what does that mean for cybersecurity?
  • One of the top ten occupations revealed to be the most satisfying, the Quality Assurance job market is a competitive one, so for candidates looking for roles in this sector, the key is to stand out from the crowd.
  • If you fancy yourself a Columbo or Poirot type character when it comes to your chosen career, then corporate investigations may be just the ticket.
  • Those wishing to pursue a career in IT Forensics should be aware that it is a closely-knit and difficult business to break into.
  • The reality of a career in IT Forensics, otherwise known as computer or digital forensics, offers the excitement of uncovering evidence and data carving on a fractional ratio to the day to day paperwork and collaboration which makes up the majority of an IT Forensics role.
  • For candidates wishing to pursue regulation jobs, it goes without saying that keeping abreast of developments in the area, from new guidelines to key events regarding regulation, is highly important.
  • Typically corporate auditor jobs are offered in-house within large companies, specifically where the corporation’s EMEA headquarters are located.
  • Closely related to the realm of InfoSec (Information Security), Cyber Security requires much of the same know-how, skills and experience.
  • As whispers travel down the grapevine about the status of Brexit, it would appear that while the initial aftermath sent British businesses into a brief turmoil, the reality as it stands is far less dramatic.
  • Information security is undoubtedly a hot area for the IT savvy among us, and as a dynamic discipline it presents a wealth of options for InfoSec careerists.
  • A career in IT Audit typically begins with the procurement of a technical degree and a CISA certification or CISM qualification. Both give a candidate an advantage in the field of IT Audit, but may also be applicable to other related areas.
  • The market for contract internal audit jobs could very well see a significant upturn as the economy slows and businesses look for interim solutions to weather the storm.