New ISACA Guide Helps Enterprises Design and Implement Monitoring Processes Over Key Controls
4 October 2010 - Recent international regulations have placed the need for monitoring internal controls at the top of the boardroom agenda. Having controls in place is a basic business requirement, but it is no longer enough. Controls break down over time, they don't always operate as designed, and they often fail to keep up with businesses as they, and their operations and strategies, change. Monitoring these internal controls allows management to be alerted quickly about factors that can have significant effects on their businesses.