Economic Conditions, Talent and Culture, Cyber Threats and Supply Chains Represent Top-Ranking Risks for CAEs
The range of uncertainties facing organisations around the globe in 2023 continues to be considerable. In such a dynamic environment ensuring an Internal Audit function remains abreast of and focused on emerging risk issues and opportunities is a legitimate challenge. Protiviti’s recently released report, Executive Perspectives on the Top Risks for 2023 and 2032, was developed specifically to assist executives, board members and other business leaders, including Internal Audit leaders, with navigating these challenging times.
Overview of Top Risks for CAE’s in 2023
Overview of Top Risks for CAEs in 2032
CAEs must equip themselves to navigate today’s challenges and provide critical insights to executive management and the board of directors. Key risks CAEs are focusing on to ensure they are delivering value to their organisations and elevating their relevance with key stakeholders include economic conditions, talent and culture, cyber threats, and supply chains. These findings come from the results of the latest Top Risks Survey conducted by Protiviti and NC State University’s ERM Initiative.
Read the CAE Top Risks Blog Post