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Risks - Instruments - Trends Managing Digital Change in Public Sector Audit

Practical Seminar

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English 13.06.2019 - 14.06.2019 Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte 1.476,- € * until 14.06.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Date: 13.06.2019 - 14.06.2019
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte
Price: 1.476,- € * until 14.06.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Language: English
Experts

Dr Dimitrios Ioannidis

Audit Coordinator in the Performance Audit Departement 2 under the Swedish National Audit Office

Sweden

Pavel Golob

Deputy Head of Security, Facility & General Services, EUROJUST

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Patrick Jarvis

Head of Governance and Information Assurance / Governance Advisor, Innovate UK – The UK’s Innovation Agency

Klas Andreasen

Business Analysis Manager Large Corporates and Institutions, Internal Audit Group, Swedbank, Sweden

Jennifer Marek

Information Security Officer, Information and Communication Technology, United Nations Climate Change Secretariat

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Arthur Verkerke

Lead Data Scientist, Central Government Audit Service Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands

Programme
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The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

Download Brochure: Managing Digital Change in Public Sector Audit

The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

Preview of the brochure cover: Managing Digital Change in Public Sector Audit
Information


There is no doubt that digitalisation has a major impact on the audit preofession

As public sector organisations are facing a constant shift from paper-based work to digitalised electronic processes, an increasing bulk of data is nowadays only available electronically, which has also a strong impact on the audit profession. Yet, the majority of internal and external auditors do not know how to use the wide spectrum of available technological tools to support their daily operations




Who is this seminar for?
  • What are the main challenges of digitisation for the internal audit function?
  • How can risks be managed successfully?
  • How to respond to cyber threats
  • How to audit GDPR compliance
  • How to understand and interpret data
  • How to assess if data are reliable
  • How to establish a data analysis strategy
  • What can you do when data is non-existent?
  • How to report data to the management in a meaningful way
  • How to perform and information security risk assessment



What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?
  • Internal and External Auditors
  • Audit methodologists
  • Audit statisticians
  • Audit experts
  • Controllers
  • Evaluation officers
  • Quality managers
  • Policy makers

Working in:

  • International Organisations and NGOs
  • European Institutions and Agencies
  • Public administrations on national and regional level
  • Subordinate government bodies
  • Universities and Higher Education Institutes



Location: Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte


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10117 Berlin
Germany

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