1 CPE credit
Current requirements and recent trends in the Internal Audit profession continue to highlight the importance of establishing a risk-based approach to providing assurance to the organizations it serves.
IIA Standards require Internal Auditors to not only assess risks in the context of their engagements, but also to evaluate the effectiveness of the organization's overall risk management processes. Given the multi-dimensional nature of this responsibility, Internal Auditors must develop and demonstrate a sound understanding of risk management practices as well as have the ability to identify and assess risks at a more tactical level.
During this session, we will explore the concept of risk as it relates to these responsibilities, both in terms of the overall risk management program as well as techniques and analyses Internal Auditors can leverage to drive a risk-based focus to their audit procedures.
Jason Rohlf, VP of Solutions, Onspring
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