This course focuses on strategy, governance, risk management and other boardroom processes that have been "no-go" areas for internal audit. It also covers how to make the case for involvement and ways to become a catalyst for improvement.
You should attend because internal auditors are expected to audit strategic risks and initiatives, yet face challenges defining the methodology, and making the business case for these reviews.
Financial, operational, IT and external auditors; audit managers; corporate attorneys; information security professionals; risk management personnel and line managers who need to gain an understanding of how to successfully mitigate fraud risk in their or
You will learn how to provide assurance on risks and controls to strategic objectives, which areas to audit and how, ways to build the case for audit involvement, and how to retain your independence and become a catalyst for change.
Fundamentals of Internal Auditing
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