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 Members Only Webinar - Pulse of Internal Audit

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Dynamic change continues to define the landscape in which the internal audit profession operates. Stakeholders look to internal auditors to avoid surprises by maintaining a keen eye on emerging risks. As internal auditors seek to revise audit plans in order to audit “at the speed of risk,” they are often constrained by resource levels and expertise. To exacerbate the foregoing, the profession is facing an emerging “war” for talent and downstream impacts from the focus of regulators. This session will explore these and other challenges facing the profession in 2015, and will glance ahead at key imperatives for the profession in the remainder of the decade.
  • Anticipating Emerging Risks: Audit Priorities and Exhibiting Confidence
  • Making the Case for Continuous Risk Assessment: Methodologies and Capabilities
  • Linking Risks & Audit Coverage: The Internal Audit Conundrum
  • Balancing Staffing & Skill-Set Issues: Identifying and Addressing Skill-Gap Issues
  • Audits of Higher-Risk Areas Hit Hard by PCAOB PA11: Experiencing Greater Scrutiny
Course Duration: 1 hour
CPE Hours Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Auditing
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Internet Group Live


Gina Eubanks, CIA, CRMA, CCSA, CISA
The Institute of Internal Auditors, Global Headquarters
Gina Eubanks, CIA, CISA, CRMA and CCSA, is the Vice President of Professional Services at The Institute of Internal Auditors, Inc. leading Quality, Chief Audit Executive and Industry Services. Gina has over 20 years in the Internal Audit experience including 15 years with a Big 4 firm in global enterprise risk services. Her experience has been both within the United States as well as abroad with her spending a significant amount of time in India.  She has also been a practitioner and Director in the retail and financial services sectors. Gina also sits on the Board Audit Committee for a local financial institution and has been a volunteer leader with The IIA for nearly 15 years.