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
Richard is a principal of Richard Cascarino & Associates LLC based in Colorado, USA with over 32 years of experience in audit training and consultancy. http://www.rcascarino.com/
He is a regular speaker to National and International conferences and has presented courses and webinars throughout Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the USA.
He has assisted in the implementation and audit of IT and Operational systems as well as the training of Internal Auditors in the USA, UK, and Middle East and throughout Africa. He is a Past President of the IIA – South Africa and founded the African Region of the IIA Inc. He has also served as a member of the Board of Regents for Higher Education of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He developed the BComm Internal Audit for the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and the Honors program in Governance and Risk at the same university.
He is a consultant and lecturer with experience in Large scale, Project Management, Risk, Audit, Governance, Forensic, Internal and IT auditing education and author of the books Internal Auditing-an Integrated Approach and Auditor’s Guide to IT Auditing and Corporate Fraud and Internal Control: A Framework for Prevention published by Wiley in 2013. Data Analytics for Internal Auditors published in 2017 He is also a contributing author to the Governance section of all 4 editions of QFinance: The Ultimate Resource and is a frequent speaker at IIA, ACFE and ISACA workshops and conferences. His latest book, Complete Guide for CISA Exam Preparation came out in October 2020.