Code of Ethics for Auditors: Identify, Apply & Report
5 Essential Elements for Organizations
Date: September 30, 2021 | SME: Robert Clark | Host: Hernan Murdock | Time: 2 pm ET
What is the auditor’s role in supporting the ethical environment in an organization? What are the ways to enhance the culture of compliance and ethical behavior in a sustainable manner?
In this webinar, Howard University's Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Audit Executive, Rob Clark, will outline the 5 essential elements that organizations can integrate to foster a more ethical culture.
How Can NIST Help to Protect the Organizations You Audit?
Understanding the CSF, RMF, and other resources
Date: October 21, 2021 | SME: Adam Gordon | Host: Hernan Murdock | Time: 2 pm ET
Do you struggle with reducing risk, increasing security, and ensuring compliance as well as auditable outcomes for your stakeholders? Using the wealth of resources available from NIST can help you overcome these challenges and more.
In this 1-hour webinar, Adam Gordon (CISA, CISSP) and Dr. Hernan Murdock (CIA, CRMA) will explain what the NIST framework is and how auditors can leverage its resources.
Quickly and systematically identify the red flags
Date: December 2, 2021 | SME: Jamal Ahmad | Host: Hernan Murdock | Time: 2 pm ET
Data analytics is an under-utilized tool in fraud detection. Leveraging both financial and non-financial information is vital to prevent fraud, but there are common challenges in collecting the data. In this free webinar, Jamal Ahmad, Esq., CPA, CFE will discuss how to incorporate data analytics to prevent and minimize fraud risk.
Addressing emerging risks for 2022 and beyond
Date: December 16, 2021 | SME: Linh Truong | Host: Hernan Murdock | Time: 2 pm ET
What emerging risks should audit leaders consider for internal audit planning in 2022 and beyond? How can the audit planning process adapt to keep up with the speed of risk?
In this webinar, Linh Truong, Board Advisor and former Chief Audit Executive, will discuss relevant risk trends for the next decade. She'll cover activities to consider in addressing those risks, as well as how to maintain a dynamic audit plan in an evolving risk environment.