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Leveraging COSO Across The Three Lines of Defense

Leveraging COSO Across The Three Lines of Defense

Relate the COSO Internal Control — Integrated Framework to the Three Lines of Defense Model and help organizations enhance their overall governance structures by providing guidance on how to articulate and assign specific roles and responsibilities.

Now available in two NEW translations: Portuguese and Spanish.

COSO Issues Important Update to ERM Framework

COSO has released its highly anticipated ERM Framework: Enterprise Risk Management–Integrating with Strategy and Performance. This new document builds on its predecessor, Enterprise Risk Management–Integrated Framework, one of the most widely recognized and applied risk management frameworks in the world.

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ERM Framework
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New Book: COSO’s Updated Framework Tackles Tomorrow’s ERM

The new Framework stresses the importance of incorporating ERM into strategic planning and embedding it throughout the entire organization. The Framework’s five easy-to-understand components are designed to help organizations prosper as they continue to face a future full of volatility, complexity, and ambiguity.

Available from the IIA Bookstore.

New Release: “How to” COSO ERM Framework Book Empowers Practitioners

The recent release of the updated COSO ERM Framework considers expansive changes in the risk landscape since the original framework published in 2004. To assist internal auditors and risk managers understand the implications of the updated framework, ERM expert Paul Sobel wrote Managing Risk in Uncertain Times, providing actionable steps to leverage the updated framework to add immediate value to risk management reporting. Learn more.

New COSO ERM Framework in Action! Managing Risk in Uncertain Times
Management's Guide to Sarbanes-Oxley 404

Updated Edition of Management’s Guide to Sarbanes-Oxley, Section 404, 4th edition

The IIA Bookstore recently released a 4th edition of Norman Marks’ book, Management’s Guide to Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404. Award-winning author Marks has included new material from the SEC, PCAOB, and The IIA to ensure that CEOs and CFOs charged with signing off on required internal control-related reports are well prepared to do so, and understand the consequences of running afoul of the guidelines.

Visit the IIA Bookstore to learn more about additional features of the updated edition.

​Adding Value with COSO: Beyond Compliance

This report shares firsthand research that focuses on how four organizations apply the COSO Framework to all three business objective categories — operations, reporting, and compliance. It explains a variety of outcomes, cost and benefits, and lessons learned, intended to help internal auditors convert to COSO’s IC Framework to improve risk management and control.

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Adding Value with COSO

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As a sponsoring organization of COSO, IIA members receive exclusive access to tools/resources and member-only pricing on books.


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Articles and Thought Leadership

​COSO Framework Resources

About COSO

The IIA is a member of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), a joint initiative of five private sector professional associations collaborating to provide thought leadership, frameworks, and guidance on enterprise risk management, internal control, and fraud deterrence.

About the COSO Resource Exchange

The IIA COSO Resource Exchange provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date list of resources, tools, and training to support implementation of the COSO frameworks. The frameworks are the most widely recognized guidance on what constitutes effective internal control and enterprise risk management, which is vital for the success of any organization. It is broad-based and can be applied by organizations, businesses, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit enterprises of all sizes.