Many directors, partners and owners of audit firms wonder how their organization will become compliant. First of all, one does not want to be confronted with a reprimand from a supervisor, certainly not if it is accompanied by financial consequences or a public publication. Secondly, they want to prevent the organisation from being sued by customers or third parties with possible liability or reputational damage as a result. Thirdly, they don’t want to spend too much resources on compliance, after all, there is work to be done. If you want the organization to be compliant, you need to take into account a large number of both internal and external factors, such as HRM or customers. In addition, you should pay attention to the legal interpretations of legislation and regulations, the integrity issue and the way in which your audit firm makes this visible to society: corporate social responsibility.