Data Mining for Auditors: Overview and Maximizing the Use of Data

Overview

Data Mining for Auditors: Overview and Maximizing the Use of Data Overview
This course will provide Internal Auditors with foundational and practical knowledge of data analytics and mining. This course is designed to differentiate these two concepts while providing auditors with tools to increase audit effectiveness. This course covers data mining techniques, maximizing data, data methodologies, and trend analysis. Participants will also identify ways to improve their continuous audit process and enhance outcome reporting through dashboard visualizations. Topics covered include data mining, data analysis, exploratory analysis, continuous auditing, enhancing the audit plan with analytics, risk assessment procedures, data testing procedures, and multi-purpose tools. Who Should Attend Compliance Officers, Audit Managers and Directors, Financial, Operational, and IT Auditors, and key operational personnel.
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Learning Style

On Demand

Level

Intermediate

Includes

Assessment

Who this course is for

Compliance Officers, Audit Managers and Directors, Financial, Operational, and TI Auditors, and key operational personnel.

NASBA Certified CPE

5 credits

Field of Study

Auditing

Length of course

5h

Prerequisites

Risk Audit SchoolFundamentals of Internal Auditing
or equivalent experience

Advanced Preparation

None
9 Episodes

Here are the topics we'll cover

  • Course Overview
  • Define Data Mining and Continuous Auditing Overview
  • Maximizing the Use of Data Overview
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