The UAE Internal Auditors Association (UAE IAA) takes the privacy of its members, affiliates and visitors to its website very seriously. In this regard, the following practices listed below apply. If there are any concerns, please email the General Manager of the association, Ms. Samia Al Yousuf with your concerns.


By visiting our website, you give your consent to the acceptance of this privacy policy. Should you continue to use our website as a registered members with the UAE IAA or subscribe to any of the services from the website (such as training, bookstore, request for additional information, etc.) you consent to the UAE IAA using this data as deemed fit. Member communication details, such as email/mobile may be used to reach out to inform the members about upcoming events/training/etc.

Membership numbers and passwords

All individual IIA members who have a valid IIA Global membership number have a separate password to access the IIA Global website. The UAE IAA does not store this password once communicated to the members on activating his/her membership. For UAE IAA website, the passwords are system generated during activation and lost password process.

Collection of data during normal browsing

To enable the UAE IAA continually improve its website and the information contained within, even if you do not log in, the UAE IAA acquires data such as pages visited, information/forms downloaded, time spent on web pages, etc. This is done for enhancing visitor experience to the website and statistical purposes only. The website also deploys cookie to enhance user experience when logged in as a member. User credentials are captured for validation purposes only. If your individual browsers are set to reject cookies, you may not be able to experience the full potential of the website.

For blogs and forums, please note that they are moderated and the UAE IAA reserves the right to use the information posted within its website without prior permission. However, due credit may be given to the original link, if necessary.

Registered members have the option to opt out of the UAE IAA mailing lists. This can be done by updating individual profiles.

Disclosure of information for legal purposes and to third parties

The UAE IAA will not provide any information of its members to any third parties with the exception of our auditors, all law enforcement agencies within the UAE, the Ministry of Community Development and requests from government agencies. Partial information viz. name and personal credentials may be provided to the IIA Global or authorized certification centers on need basis or to our selected service providers to enable the association perform its duties towards the members.

External links

The UAE IAA has no control on any external link referred to from within its website. It is recommended for visitors to check with the respective privacy policy of such websites.


The website and the content within are provided “as-is”. Except where specifically stated, or as otherwise required by applicable law, neither the UAE IAA nor its members of the Board of Governors and the Executive Committee members, employees, content providers, affiliates or other representatives will be liable for damages of any kind (including, without limitation, lost profits, direct, indirect, compensatory, consequential, exemplary, special, incidental, or punitive damages) arising out of your use of, your inability to use, or the performance of this website or the Content whether or not we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.

If you have any questions, you may email them to us at The UAE Internal Auditors Association (UAE IAA) Suite 1504, 15th Floor, API Trio Tower, Sh. Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, P.O. Box 90919, Dubai, UAE

Email: [email protected]




Updated on April 14th, 2021