Summary: A risk and control self-assessment (RCSA) can be a practical tool for providing timely and accurate risk identification and assessment. This article identifies several practical changes that can be implemented with minimal cost and disruption to make an RCSA program more effective. Read the current newsletter with the link to the article!
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