Our presenter for this session has been an audit manager primarily responsible for IT and operational audits in the software and local government sectors for more than 13 years. He will draw from his experience and research to share insights relative to potential disruptions that could result through adopting (or not) new technologies. Auditors should consider how these newer technologies could affect their organizations.
- Gain an appreciation for the extent to which new technologies such as mobile computing, cloud technology, the Internet-of-things, social media, and big data analytics are being implemented by your competitors.
- Develop an understanding of the potential risks that are associated with these new technologies.
Mark Bigler is an audit manager for the City of San Antonio. He has more than 20 years experience performing operational/performance, information technology, software, fraud, and financial audits. Bigler is a CPA-Utah, CISA, and CFE and has received graduate degrees in both management information systems and accounting.
- Seasonal Green Salad
- Herb Crusted Chicken (Fresh Mixed Herbs on Pan Seared Chicken Breast Topped with Pesto Sauce)
- Served with Penne Pasta and Seasonal Vegetables, and Warm Dinner Rolls with Sweet Creamy Butter
- Freshly Brewed Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee and Iced Tea with Lemon Wedges
To register, please complete the registration survey at IIA-February-2014. You will be provided with the option to pre-pay using PayPal upon completion of the survey.
The registration and cancellation deadline is 5pm on the Friday before
the meeting. Cancellations can be made by sending an email to Camille Marbury. Substitutions for a registered individual who
cannot attend are welcome. No-show registrations will be billed.