Oklahoma State University (OSU) - Tulsa
Intelligent Automation Risk & Control, and Internal Audit Considerations
Today’s intelligent automation innovations have the transformational potential to increase the speed, operational efficiency, cost-effectiveness, control, and accuracy of daily business activities, and to empower skilled human professionals to generate more impactful insights, enabling smarter decisions more quickly. In a business environment that’s changing at a faster rate than ever before, it is important to understand key elements to look for when determining which intelligent automation candidates exist within your company, the key considerations from a risk & control perspective, and the internal audit implications.
Jon Smith, Senior Manager at EY
Jon Smith is a Senior Manager in EY’s Advisory practice with ten years’ experience with IT risk and controls for Oil & Gas, Aerospace & Defense, and Construction industries. He specializes in the delivery of IT risk & controls evaluation and development with respect to Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404, IT risk assessments, and risk & controls for intelligent automation programs. He currently serves as an intelligent automation subject matter resource for our Risk practice in the Southwest region helping support clients as they automate key business processes while maintaining focus on the control implications. Jon received a Bachelor of Management Information Systems and a Masters of Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor. Jon has served in a variety of EY offices and is now located in the Oklahoma City, OK office.