When discussing an integrated management system (IMS), most organizations want to conduct an integrated audit because it reduces the audit time. An integrated audit can only be conducted on a management system that is “integrated” by auditors who are capable of assessing at least two management systems. When auditing an
The increasing number of audits, the integration of standards, cultural change, new technologies, and big data are having a considerable impact on the audit function. With this in mind, what does the future of auditing look like? In “The Future of Auditing” webinar, Bruno Samuel from DNV GL discusses the
This session takes a deep dive into the future of the auditing profession. The session consists of a panel of representatives from certification bodies, accreditation bodies, and a personnel certification body—key stakeholders in the audit-driven certification process. The session focuses on new and upcoming disruptive technologies, industries, and market drivers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology and cognitive systems are creating a new partnership between people and computers that enhances, scales, and accelerates human expertise. With the explosion of devices being added to the internet of things—all generating new sources of data—AI technology can include these valuable new data sources and connect