IT Audit Series - Detecting and Deterring IT Fraud
How to design and implement an IT architecture which minimizes the possibilities of fraud and maximizes the probability of detection CPE = 2
IT fraud is presently a major growth area within our organizations. This two-hour training is designed to assist auditors and management in the design and implementation of an IT architecture which minimizes the possibilities of fraud and maximizes the probability of detecting fraud.
By the end of this training the attendee will be able to :
- Distinguish between the varying types of computer fraud, their nature and effect
- Identify likely fraud indicators
- Audit for computer fraud
- Establish a Corporate Risk Profile
- Structure an anti-fraud security environment
- Distinguish between fraud and forensic auditing
- Identify the requirements to ensure that audit evidence is acceptable as legal evidence
- Identify the requirement and effect of reporting sensitive issues
The training will cover the following areas:
- The nature of computer fraud
- The Corporate risk profile
- Computer fraud techniques
- Why computer fraud and who commits it?
- Fraud auditing
- Fraud awareness
- EDI and fraud
- The expectation gap
- Forensic auditing
- Sources of evidence and audit tools
- Legal evidence
- Reporting sensitive issues
This is a previously recorded 2-hour AuditNet® webinar with Jim Kaplan and Richard Cascarino
Delivery Method: Self-Study
AuditNet® is the Global Resource for Auditors, and serves the global audit community as the primary communications resource with an online digital network where auditors share resources, tools, and experiences including audit work programs and other audit documentation.
As the first online portal for the global audit community, AuditNet® has been at the forefront of audit websites dedicated to promoting the use of technology. http://www.auditnet.org/
Jim Kaplan, the founder of AuditNet®, became a Certified Internal Auditor in 1984. He has continuously promoted and encouraged the use of technology and the Internet for audit productivity.
As an active member of the IIA, he has held many positions at the local and International level. He is a founding member of the Northern Virginia Chapter and served as Chapter President in 1989. He retired from his government audit director position in 2005. He is the founder and President of AuditNet®, the global resource for auditors, and has been identified as an Internet for Auditors pioneer. Jim's contributions to the profession were recognized by the IIA (2007 Bradford Cadmus award) and the Association of Local Government Auditors (Lifetime Achievement Award). In addition to the IIA, he is a member of the Association of Local Government Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.