Evolving business risks have significantly increased expectations from today’s audit function. In this three-day hands-on course, IT Auditors will delve deep into MS-SQL and Windows PowerShell - two powerful tools that can open up a data-driven approach to technology audit delivery. The course will address practical aspects of applying auditing techniques based on these tools, across all phases of the IT audit lifecycle. IT Auditors will learn basic SQL and PowerShell scripting through this course and would be equipped to apply their new acquired skills and techniques upon course completion.
•Produce an enriched and powerful audit program that offers value and insights to Senior Management, not just conventional assurance. •Achieve budget and effort optimization by learning how to leverage data to assess control effectiveness and spot missing controls. •Develop basic scripting skills in SQL and Windows PowerShell and learn how these can be used to boost audit program execution. •Discover and avoid common mistakes and misconceptions with data. •Become an indispensable part of the internal audit function, by developing the foundation for SME-level expertise relevant to application and infrastructure audits, as well as data analytics.
Audit Analysts, Assistant Managers and Managers if they have delivery responsibilities. Business Auditors at similar levels are also welcome to attend if they have had some experience with testing IT controls.
•Produce an enriched and powerful audit program that offers value and insights to Senior Management, not just conventional assurance. •Achieve budget and effort optimization by learning how to leverage data to assess control effectiveness and spot missing
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