Making Internal Audits More RelevantWockhardt's Prasanna Bharatan on Why Audits Often Are Not Meaningful
How can internal audits be improved and made more meaningful? Prasanna Bharatan, internal auditor at the pharmaceutical company Wockhardt, outlines the important steps to take.
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In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Security Summit in Mumbai, Bharatan discusses:
- The problems with audit techniques;
- What needs to change to make audits more relevant;
- The important aspects that auditors tend to ignore.
Bharatan heads internal audits and risk management at Wockhardt Group, a global pharmaceutical and biotechnology company headquartered in Mumbai, India. He is responsible for audits across all subsidiaries and geographies. Previously, he was chief internal auditor at Pidilite Group and vice president, internal audits, at Bharati-Axa Life Insurance.