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All Day Training
01-09-13

IIA All Day Training Event (January)
 
 
Date:                Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Time:                8:00am – 8:30 am (Registration)
                        8:30am-12:00pm (Class)
                        12:00pm-1:00pm (Lunch)
                        1:00pm-5:00pm (Class)
Location:           Equinox | 1980 Main Street, Irvine, CA 92614
CPE Hours:       8
 
 
. ERM 2.0
 
Summary: There has been a lot of discussion around Enterprise Risk Assessments (ERA) within the past few years.  Specifically, this discussion has included:  the need to have an established ERA process; the disclosure requirements to communicate your ERA process to various agencies (SEC, NYSE, debt rating organizations, etc.); the appropriate tools/software needed to complete the assessment; the proper frequency to perform the assessments; and the proper role of Internal Audit in an organization’s ERA process.  All of these discussions assume that your organization already has a robust ERA process.
 
However, what if your organization does not have one?  Do you know where to begin?  Do you have proper executive management support to complete an effective assessment?  What if you don’t have the budget for an advanced ERA (or GRC) solution?  The purpose of this discussion is to provide a step by step approach on how to complete a simple, yet effective, ERA.  We will discuss strategies and methods to get executive support and participation.  We will discuss Internal Audit’s role in ERA and also how to move your ERA into an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program.  Finally, templates, questionnaires and reporting frameworks will be provided that will assist you in completing your ERAs. 
 
Back in April 2012, we had discussed a general approach to assessing, budgeting, planning, and implementing a robust ERA process.  During our full-day training, we will take a detailed approach for a step-by-step process.
 
About Andrew Tinseth, Chief Audit Executive – Western Digital Corporation
 
 

Andrew Tinseth is the Senior Director of Internal Audit (Chief Audit Executive) at Western Digital Corporation (a Fortune 500 hard drive manufacturer with approximately $10 billion in annual revenues and operations across the globe).  His role includes responsibility for the traditional Internal Audit function (i.e. financial, operational, compliance and IT audits), enterprise risk assessment, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance, sales channel compliance and investigations.  Prior to Western Digital, Mr. Tinseth was Vice President of Internal Audit (Chief Audit Executive) for Corinthian Colleges (a publicly traded for profit education company with approximately $1 billion in annual revenues and over 120 schools across North America).  He has also held a senior Internal Audit management position at Union Bank of California (subsidiary of the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi) and consulted for numerous Fortune 100 companies while working for Ernst & Young and Deloitte.  Mr. Tinseth is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of California and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).  He has received a Masters of Business Administration degree (MBA) and a Bachelor’s degree (BS) in Accounting, both from the University of Southern California (USC).

 

 

 
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