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 Evolving Nature of Cybersecurity and Its Impact to Internal Audit, Auditing Culture

Chapter Event
11/22/2019 8:15 AM
11/22/2019 3:00 PM
Sunbridge Hotel & Conference Centre Kitchener, 30 Fairway Road South, Kitchener | Canada - Ontario

FULL DAY SESSION​

The Evolving Nature of Cybersecurity and Its Impact to Internal Audit, Auditing Culture – a Practical Approch and Internal Audit Embracing the Change Imperative through Digital and AI

Overview

The full day session in Kitchener is an opportunity to network and enhance your understanding on the following hot topics:

  • The Evolving Nature of Cybersecurity and Its Impact to Internal Audit
  • Auditing Culture – a Practical Approach
  • IT Internal Audit Embracing the Change Imperative through Digital and AI

Detailed Descriptions

The Evolving Nature of Cybersecurity and Its Impact to Internal Audit

What you knew about IT and Cybersecurity seemed current a year ago, but now it feels like everything has changed yet again. One cannot simply rely on last year’s file, particularly when it comes to advances in technology. Which leads to the question: how are changes in innovative technology and advances in cybersecurity impacting the internal audit function?

After this session you will understand the latest developments regarding:

·       How disruptive technology and advanced threats are impacting how we conduct internal audits;

·       Why existing frameworks may not be keeping pace with the rapid changes of technology;

·       Examples of the threats that may arise if you fail to keep pace with this ongoing evolution; and

·       Approaches to help your Internal Audit function adapt to these changes and support your organization

 

Presenter:  Ryan Wilson,  Partner, Advisory Services, Cybersecurity EY


Auditing Culture – a Practical Approach

Learn how internal audit functions are evolving towards a more comprehensive risk framework that considers both hard and soft controls to audit culture of the organization and build their “people risk management” capabilities.  Join us as we discuss how to practically operationalize an audit of culture in an organization.

In this session we will address the following:

  • Scoping and framing discussions ahead of culture audits;
  • Enriched understanding of culture audits; and
  • Practical real world examples.

Presenter: Reema Ibrahim (KPMG Partner, Risk Consulting),

                   Janine Lang (KPMG Director, People and Change), and

                   Samantha Maloney (KPMG Senior Manager, Risk Consulting).

IT Internal Audit  - Embracing the Change Imperative through Digital and AI

The past few years have seen an overwhelming change in the regulatory landscape and the deep need to enhance the customer experience through digital and embed intelligent automation in everything that we do. With these changes comes opportunity and risk. The risk is not only the potential unauthorized access or disclosure of customer and client data, but increasingly organizations are relying on a wide range of smart devices that are connected to the organization’s network. Boards and audit committees are expecting that internal audit departments become more anticipatory in identifying any challenges that come with this massive organizational transformation. In delivering those focus areas, and beyond, requires a change in mindset within the ITIA function

In this session, Kareem Sadek and Rob van Ballegooijen will talk about the new digital IT internal audit function as well as focusing on AI in control and how internal audit should approach AI in their audits.

This session will focus on:

  • identifying the risks of AI
  • evaluating and controlling AI
  • identifying challenges that come with this type of significant organizational transformation

Presenter: Kareem Sadek, Partner and National IT Internal Audit Lead, KPMG Canada and

                   Rob van Ballegooijen, Senior Manager Technology Risk Consulting, KPMG Canada

This is your opportunity to learn more about practical applying each topic to your role and organization, while actively networking with your Southwestern Ontario peers.  A full day of timely topics – one not to be missed!

All attendees are encouraged to ask questions to be addressed by the facilitators.  


Registration

As space is limited, please pre-register on-line at the website noted below. Late registrations may not be accommodated due to space limitations.  Substitutions are welcome.   

To register online, please visit the event website:  https://www.eiseverywhere.com/493364

Phone: 905-508-5716​

Email:     administrator@iia-toronto.org

Agenda

​Registration, Light Breakfast And Networking: 8:15 a.m. – 9 a.m.

Presentations: 9 a.m – 3 p.m.

A networking lunch is included


Venue

Sunbri

dge Hotel & Conference Centre Kitchner

30 Fairway Road South

Kitchener, Ontario

Cost

Early Bird IIA Members (until November 8, 2019) - $199.99 (Plus HST)

IIA Members - $250.00 (Plus HST)

Non-Members - $295.00 (Plus HST)

CPE:  6.0 credits

Register Early! Late registrations may not be accommodated due to space limitations. Substitutions are welcome. All prices are subject to HST.

There is a cancellation policy in effect.​

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