2020 IA Webinar Series: Update to The Three Lines Model for Effective Risk Management and Control
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In today’s data driven world, organizations are increasingly facing challenges regarding data regulations and compliance. Whether it is industry specific or location specific regulations, non-compliance can be a costly mistake. Join us for the first webinar in our 2018 Internal Audit Webinar Series.
In addition to solid communication and project management skills, integrated auditors employ a unique set of skills. Integrated auditors have a unique challenge as they help companies meet their goals and objectives. Please join us for the second webinar in our 2018 Internal Audit Webinar Series.
What key challenges do companies face in this migration and how can we help them address these challenges? Please join us for the fourth webinar in our 2018 Internal Audit Webinar Series.
With the growing use of ERM in organizations across all industries, Internal Audit Departments should continue to define their role in the ERM process.
Internal Auditors may be focused on risks, processes and controls, but at the end of the day, we audit people.
Cybersecurity impacts financial statements and financial audits, but what are external auditors specifically reviewing when they’re performing Cybersecurity due diligence for Sarbanes Oxley compliance?
Implementing a privacy program framework and managing an enterprise privacy program are covered in this course, including program operational lifecycles and guidance for structuring a knowledgeable, high-performing privacy team. Those taking this course will learn the skills, processes, and technologies needed to manage privacy in an organization—regardless of jurisdiction or industry.
The lines between cybersecurity, data governance, data protection and e-discovery are blurred more than ever. Businesses with in-house legal teams are looking to understand what they need to know and what actions they should take to evolve alongside technology. The next era of e-discovery is about leaning in to this new way of looking at data to not only protect the castle, but to truly understand the story the data tells in every matter.
Business executives face the challenge of improving their company’s cybersecurity posture while balancing costs. The consequences of a cyberattack – including lost revenue, customers, diminished reputation and credibility, or even total shut down – force executives to prioritize cybersecurity within their budgets and strategize how to best allocate their limited resources. How should business executives prioritize improving their cybersecurity postures in the most cost-effective way?
Implementing a privacy program framework and managing an enterprise privacy program are covered in this webinar, including documenting data transfers, recent changes to third party engagements, and guidance for structuring a knowledgeable, high-performing privacy team. Those taking this webinar will learn the skills, processes, and technologies needed to manage privacy in an organization—regardless of jurisdiction or industry.
Gen Z’ers, those born between 1997-2012, are making decisions and relating to institutions in a highly analytical and pragmatic way. It’s easy to understand the technical skills required for our internal audit teams, but understanding core characteristics and how best to work with Gen Z can make us more successful. This session will take a deeper dive into general Gen Z values and beliefs about stability, diversity, work-life blend, independence, digital access and more.
Faced with a range of obstacles, internal audit teams are changing how they approach cyber. Our team will discuss cyber trends where priorities are driven by business outcome rather than by technology and budgets.
Establishing the right Internal Audit team can set your department up for success. Well run Internal Audit departments must learn to strike a balance between value and costs.
The Internal Audit profession is going through a period of change, coupled with increased expectations on our role to both protect and create value. Some are being fast-tracked as a result of the global pandemic and rapid advances in technology. Some are being driven by regulatory change, and others by demands of wider stakeholders as transformation, climate change, corporate responsibility and transparent governance are all shaping our worlds.
Join BDO’s Private Equity Leaders for a discussion on where private equity sits midway through the year, informed by takeaways from our latest survey of more than 400 fund managers and operating partners and 250 portfolio company CFOs and board members.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is technology that allows companies to build, deploy and manage software robots that emulate human actions interacting with digital systems and software. The planning phase of an RPA program is the perfect opportunity for Internal Audit teams to identify risks and make sure the right controls are in place, thereby setting programs up for success from the start.
System and Organization Controls (SOC) audits are an independent assessment of the risks associated with using service organizations and other third parties. They are essential to regulatory oversight, vendor management programs, internal governance, and management. Our team will discuss what SOC reports mean for internal audit teams as well as best practices to ensure obligations related to SOC reporting are met.
Technical writing is a balancing act and one that is critical in the Internal Audit profession. Documents must be precise enough to cover subject matter yet general enough to apply to numerous projects. Join us for this skills development training as a technical writing professional shares steps that need to be taken to create high-quality technical documents, including the creation of document plans and planning organizational meetings with stakeholders and reviewers.