When: Sep 12, 2018 12:00 PM
Location: AuditNet LLC
Ticket Price: $0.00
The Future of Auditing and Fraud Detection – Re-imagining the art and science of auditing and fraud detection is coming to the forefront of risk management functions. What was seen as a “nice to have” a few years ago has become a “must have” as digital transformation and data surrounds all aspects of the organization.
Specific learning objectives include:
- See how analytics can maximize the annual audit plan and better ensure focus is placed on top organizational risks.
- Establish a framework to using analytics and automation across the entire audit lifecycle.
- Use the general ledger as a case study to provide a digital road map for analytics for detecting fraud (and errors) within the organization.
- Define the top company areas for data integration from structured, unstructured and external data sources.
- Highlight culturally what audit and fraud detection functions must do to embrace continuous embedded analytic reviews.
Date: September 12, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Eastern U.S.
CPE: 1.5 Credits are available for attending the seminar which are awarded based on a 50-minute hour.
Program Level / Prerequisites and Advance Preparation: Basic / None
Basic Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Recommended Category: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Cost: Individual: $0 for Subscribers and Site License Users
Free Limited seating with preference for Registered AuditNet Subscribers (excluding free) and Site License Users. Non subscribers and non site license users may attend and view for free but if CPE is requested there is a processing fee.
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CPE!
SUBSCRIBERS AND SITE LICENSE USERS MAY EARN FREE CPE. ALL OTHERS WILL HAVE TO PAY FOR CPE.
Rich Lanza CFE, CGMA, The Data Magician, has 25 years of audit and fraud detection experience with specialization in data analytics and cost recovery efforts. He currently is a Director of Data Analytics with Grant Thornton, LLP, where he is weaving analytics into their audit and advisory practices. Rich wrote the first book on practical applications of using data analytics in an audit environment titled 101 ACL Applications: A Toolkit for Today’s Auditor, in addition to authoring or co-authoring 18 more publications and having over 50 articles to his credit. Rich is proficient in the practical use of analytic software including ACL, ActiveData for Excel, Arbutus Analyzer, IDEA, TeamMate Analytics and auditing with Microsoft Excel techniques. Rich has been awarded by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners for his research on proactive fraud reporting. To contact Rich, please Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.