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  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 8
    Contract risk and compliance - Extending the power of enterprises, protecting commercial interests
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 7
    Big data - Treasure bowl or Garbage heap?
  • Chinese Enterprise Risk Management white paper 2012
    Covering the quotes from the 3rd Deloitte China Risk Intelligence Recognition Awards winners, media interviews, summary of their risk management practices & Deloitte’s insight as well as the findings from a related risk management research.
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 6
    Personal data protection - Complying with laws and taking appropriate measures to manage personal data.
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 5
    Internal Audit: Boosting a company's immunity to improve enterprise value.
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 4
    This issue focuses on Fraud risk - Prevention and detection. Learn more.
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 3
    Our views on how business continuity planning and management can help businesses prevent undeserved calamity.
  • Deloitte Enterprise Risk: issue 2
    This issue focuses on Corporate Internal Control Assessment - Dealing with internal and external changes and promoting a healthy development.
  • Launching Deloitte Enterprise Risk: Issue 1
    This series of books replaces the previous quarterly magazine "Enterprise Risk" and brings together Deloitte's leading knowledge, experience and distinctive insights through years of professional services in the area of enterprise risk. Learn more in our inaugural issue, themed "Corporate Governance: Development trend and insight".
  • Continuous monitoring and continuous auditing: From idea to implementation
    Most financial and auditing executives are aware of continuous controls monitoring and continuous auditing and of the general benefits of such programs. Yet relatively few enterprises have realized their full potential, particularly at the enterprise-wide level. Learn more.
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