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Conference Overview

AuditWorld 2014
September 16-18, 2014
Hilton Boston Back Bay, Boston MA

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The Only Audit Event Completely Comprised of Practitioner Case Studies with Actionable Take-Aways

Key topics include:

• Identifying actions that can detect fraud and how to apply them to your audit procedures
• Honing strategies for Affordable Care Act (ACA) audits
• The current state of hacking and vulnerabilities and how to adjust your audit program
How to build a solid framework for long-term, defensible FCPA compliance
Planning and executing integrated audits - ensuring coverage of both business process controls and IT controls
• Managing and leveraging multiple data sets with data analytics
• Establishing a proactive relationship between internal audit and compliance in addressing anti-corruption risks
• Streamlining the report preparation process and targeting the proper audience
• Establishing an effective ERM process
• Developing mutually beneficial relationships with management
• Auditing Functional Disaster Recovery and the Business Continuity Plan
• Interpreting data analytics to plan audit programs through the use of a Process-Risk-Control Matrix
• Creating an audit approach for big data initiatives of the company
• Leveraging existing risk identification methods to uncover new and emerging risks
• Creating an IA strategy for your GRC strategy
• Identifying and defining what a cybercrime is an how they are perpetrated
• Repositioning and branding your audit department for enhanced value
• Leveraging overlaps between SOC1, SOX, and the audit plan
• Methods to identify red flags of bribery and corruption

Conference Chair

Melissa Bayer CPA, CIA, GRCP, Internal Audit Consulting Group

Keynote Speakers

Rachel Rose, Attorney at Law, PLLC
Weston Smith, Former CFO, Healthsouth Corporation
Matthew Speare, Executive Vice President, Governance and Integration, Regions Financial Corporation

Bonus Workshops

W1 How IT GRC Integrates into Enterprise GRC
W2 Building a Robust Risk Based Audit Program: From Concept Thru Implementation
W3 Fraud Risk Assessments
W4 How a Small Department Successfully Implemented Data Analytics into the Audit Process

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