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Amid the rise of innovative technologies, organizations need an internal audit to help leverage these new tools to stay competitive. As a result, internal audit departments need to be innovative to keep up with the organization’s needs, otherwise, their value could diminish.

In this webinar, Michael Cangemi, former CAE-CFO-CEO, gives a C-Level perspective on what is needed for a world-class audit function and the importance of using audit technology. He will be joined by CaseWare IDEA Industry Strategist and former financial advisor Brian Element, who will share strategies for effectively leveraging audit technology and analytics.

Course LevelBasic
LengthOne hour (1 CPE)
Delivery MethodGroup Internet-Based
Event Time12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Central

Michael P. Cangemi, President, Cangemi Company LLC

Former CFO and CEO Michael P. Cangemi is a prolific writer, active speaker, and senior advisor who focuses on providing continuous auditing, continuous monitoring, and analytics intelligence for GRC, Finance and Business Process Improvement. Cangemi is a senior fellow at Rutgers University and serves on the Rutgers Continuous Auditing and Reporting Lab Advisory Board.

Brian Element, CPA, CA, CFE, CIDA, CISE

Brian brings over 30 years of experience to internal audit, finance, assurance and advisory services to his role as an Industry Strategist at CaseWare IDEA. As a former financial advisor to Public Services and Procurement at the Government of Canada, he used IDEA extensively in external audits, internal audits, special exams, & internal control testing.

In this presentation, you will learn how to:

  • Implement and develop the essential elements of a successful audit function

  • Create positive deliverables to differentiate your audit function

  • Expand the use of technology across the audit function

  • Manage and exceed the expectations of the C-Suite and audit committees

  • Synchronize, communicate, and collaborate with the C-Suite, and more

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