Internal Audit Innovation - Leveraging Technology and New Methods to Build an Internal Audit Group of the Future
Summary: Increasingly, internal audit functions are harnessing automation and cognitive technologies to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. In addition, as businesses progress their use of automation, new and unexpected risks must be addressed. We will discuss:
- Internal audit use cases of disruptive technologies such as analytics, robotic process automation, and cognitive intelligence.
- Potential applications of automation within the internal audit life cycle, including a methodology for identifying use cases and considerations for a target operating model.
- Auditing automation risks, including identifying both current and future risks, and considerations for addressing them.
Learning Objectives: Participants will learn how internal audit can enhance its ability to assure, advise, and anticipate risks associated with disruptive technologies.
About the Speaker
Michael Schor is a Partner in Deloitte’s Risk & Financial Advisory practice, where he focuses on providing a variety of risk-based services to the Financial Services industry. Michael has over 17 years of experience managing various projects, including internal audits, business process reviews, risk and control evaluations, development of governance models, system and application reviews, quality assessment reviews, and risk assessments.
Michael advises our domestic and international financial services clients on all matters of internal controls, including information technology, regulatory matters, risk management issues, and control and compliance management processes. Michael has performed these services for a variety of multi-national organizations with operations around the globe.
In addition to Michael’s responsibilities delivering internal audit services to the financial services industry, he is also leading Deloitte’s efforts around the modernization of the internal audit function, including the use of automation including data analytics, robotic process automation (‘RPA’) and Cognitive Intelligence (‘CI’) in the internal audit marketplace.
Michael holds a Masters in Business Administration from New York University's Stern School of Business with concentrations in Finance, Global Business, and Leadership & Change Management. Michael is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York and New Jersey, a Certified Internal Auditor, and a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accounts, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association.
Who should attend
IT Leaders (CIOs/CTOs/CSOs/CISOs), IT practitioners (Directors and Managers), IT Audit and Security professionals, Internal and External Auditors.
Field of Study
Risk and Governance
Instructional delivery method
||11:00am - 12:00pm Lunch and Networking
12:00pm - 12:10pm Chapter Announcements
12:10pm -2:00pm CPE Session
|ISACA Denver Chapter Members:
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