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9/17/2013 8:00 AM
9/17/2013 4:00 PM
Blue Cross and Blue Shield, 1919 Aksarben Drive Omaha |  
Topic:  Governance, Risk, and Control - The Updated COSO Framework - Implications to Organizations & New 2013 IPPF Standards
Speaker:  Danny Goldberg, Sunera - Partner
Danny M. Goldberg leads the Professional Development Practice at Sunera. Prior to joining Sunera in January 2011, Danny founded SOFT GRC, an advisory services and professional development firm. Danny has over 15 years of audit experience, including five as a CAE/Audit Director at two diverse companies.

Danny is accredited as the professional commentator on the publication BNA Tax and Accounting Portfolio, Internal Auditing: Fundamental Principles (Accounting Policy and Practice Series), which is authored by renowned audit scholars Curtis C. Verschoor and Mort A. Dittenhofer – co-author of Sawyer’s Internal Auditing. He is currently writing a publication on Crucial Communications: Tools When the Stakes are High. He has also published numerous articles in trade magazines over the past five years.

Danny is a well-known speaker across the nation at numerous IIA and ISACA sponsored events. Mr. Goldberg has been recognized as a top speaker at numerous events over the past years, including:
• 8th overall ranked speaker out of 120 – 2012 IIA International Conference
• “Top Rated” (Excellent/Outstanding) Speaker – 20th Annual American Society for Quality (ASQ) Audit Division Conference (out of 44 presenters)
• Top 10 Presentation – 2011 IIA Midwest Regional (36 total concurrent sessions, 3.75 overall rating out of 4.0)
• Top 3 Ranked Speaker – Michigan CPA’s Healthcare Conference 2011 (29 total speakers)
• Top 3 Ranked Speaker – ArkSarBen IIA 2011 District Conference (24 total sessions)
• 3.58/4.00 Rating – 2011 ACFE Annual North American Conference

Danny is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified in the Governance of Enterprise Information Technology, Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control, Certified in Risk Management Assurance, has obtained his Certification in Control Self-Assessment and is a Chartered Global Management Accountant.
Registration Contact:  Kyle Hampton -
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Topics:  Governance, Risk, and Control – The Updated COSO Framework – Implications to Organizations & New 2013 IPPF Standards (September); Psychology of Fraud & Critical Thinking Topics (December); Mystery Fraud Event (AM) & Leading Change: Navigating the Path Toward Success (PM) (March)
***Substitutions will be allowed if you later determine you cannot attend one of the conferences.***
CPE Credit:  8 CPE
Parking:  Park on the north side of the building in the main surface parking lot.  There will be designated visitor/IIA conference spots reserved.
After entering the building proceed to the security desk and check in with the guards.  Someone will be there to escort you to the room location.
Let me know if this sounds good?  There is really only one parking lot, and no matter where you enter the building you will be in the lobby.

        I.            IIA IPPF Standards Update for 2013
a.       Overview of IPPF Standards
b.      Key Changes effective in late 2012
                 i.      Clarify responsibilities for conforming with the Standards
                 ii.      Increased focus on Quality Assurance & Improvement
                 iii.      Clarify the CAE’s role to communicate unacceptable risk
                 iv.      Explicitly require timely audit plan adjustments 
                 v.      Emphasize coverage of risks to strategic objectives 
                 vi.      Changes to Glossary Terms
      II.            COSO Update – May 2013
a.       Review of COSO Framework – previous issuances
b.      History of COSO
c.       Review of “Old” COSO Cube
d.      2013 Integrated Framework
e.      What has Changed?
f.        What has Not Changed?
g.       Definition of Internal Control
h.      Executive Summary Highlights
i.         17 Principles of Effective Internal Control
j.        Case Study – What Makes Up an Effective Internal Control Structure
k.       Group Project – Build/Identification of Key Determinants in Implementing the new COSO Framework