IIA’s Practice Advisory 2320-1 states that internal auditors may use analytical procedures to obtain audit evidence by studying and comparing relationships among both financial and nonfinancial information. With the organization’s expectation that internal auditors will provide value added services, data analytics has become a tool for internal auditors to identify relationships in various types of unusual and usual transactions or events. Find out more about what data analysis is and how you use it as participants explore the application of data analysis techniques at the enterprise and engagement levels.
About the Presenter:
This presentation will be given in English by Dr. Don Dickie, the President for D.A Dickie Inc. a firm that provides training and consulting to Internal Auditors, in statistical sampling, measurement, data analysis and how to report findings. Dr. Dickie has over 25 years of experience in the public sector and is a recognized authority in Statistical Sampling. He has consulted and trained Internal Auditors within the Federal Governments of Canada and the United States as well as private sector companies throughout North America.
Agenda: (Please note new timing and format)
07:30-08:00 Registration and Breakfast Buffet
08:20-09:10 Roundtable discussion, outcomes, and Q&A
09:10-09:15 Closing Remarks