November 6, 2013
"IT Auditing for the Non IT Auditor"
||Wednesday, November 6, 2013
7:45 am - 8:15 am
8:15 am - 4:15 pm
Are you dabbling in audits of
Information Technology (IT)?
Do you hear words like
encryption, firewalls, security access, and application controls and cringe?
Do you want to understand
more about Information Technology risks and controls?
Are you looking for something
to alleviate the fear of auditing Information Technology?
If you answered yes to any of
these questions, the IT Auditing for Non-IT Auditors is the course for you.
This course was designed for business auditors who are not IT experts who
realize the importance of integrate IT controls and evaluation into their
business audits. Attendees will learn
how to plan, test, and communicate the results of the audits to both IT and
business owners. During this course, you will acquire baseline knowledge for IT
general and application control concepts and skills and their importance and
relationship in your business processes.
You will learn the fundamentals of issues concerning IT controls and the
scope of IT risks that must be addressed in today’s business environment.
Attendees will learn using a variety of techniques, including lectures, group
discussions, and case studies.
Operational, financial, and
compliance auditors interested in learning about the auditing of IT general and
Auditors new to IT auditing
|This seminar will teach participants how to:|
- Learn about General and Application Controls
- Learn to identify risks and controls of IT and its impact on business processes
- Learn tests of IT controls that any auditor (operational, compliance, financial) can perform
- Learn to communicate IT components of audit results, gain agreement from IT and Business Owners, and monitor remediation efforts
|On Line Registration Closes:
||Tuesday, November 5, 2013 10:00 am|
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