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 OC Chapter - 2018 February Lunch Training

2/20/2018 11:00 AM
2/20/2018 1:10 PM
Equinox (1980 Main Street, Irvine) | California
The Orange County Chapter of the IIA Invites you to attend our February 2018 Lunch Meeting.
Registration is now Open, Click HERE to register today!
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
11:30 am – 1:10 pm (Registration opens at 11:00 am)
CPE Credit: 2 hours
Equinox (formerly Sports Club LA): 1980 Main Street, Irvine CA 92614 / Complimentary Parking
Lunch to be provided; Questions relating to specific dietary restrictions can be directed to​
Training Topic:
Fundamentals of Data Management for Auditors
In many organizations, data is growing in both volume and diversity and becoming a more important asset, often to be exploited to business advantage.  This data comes from internal operations as well as from business affiliates, government sources, and professional data brokers.  Given its importance on a tactical and strategic level, the data asset should be managed as an asset with professional rigor. 
Michael Scofield will cover data management fundamental including the overall enterprise data management effort (data asset inventory, data quality assessment, metadata management, logical data modeling, database design, data warehousing, and data exploitation), why this data is a critical BUSINESS asset (not just a part of technology) and how auditors can ensure this data managed effectively.
CPE credit(s): 2
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Michale Scofield, Loma Linda University
Michael Scofield is an Assistant Professor at Loma Linda University, and is a popular speaker in topics of data quality, decision-support, and data visualization to professional audiences all over the United States.   He occasionally consults in data quality and data analysis.   In addition to his lectures before a variety of professional organizations--including DAMA chapters (26), TDWI chapters (6) , American Society for Quality chapters (11), Institute of Internal Auditor chapters,  Association of Government Accountants, database user groups, and other I.T. and business professional groups--he is also a frequent guest lecturer at a number of universities (including the University of Arkansas, Purdue, Azusa Pacific University, and others).    He also has humor published in the Los Angeles Times and other journals.  
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