Monday, June 24 | 3:35-4:50 PM
CPE Credit: 1.5
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of audit scoping, planning and execution
Field of Study: Auditing
Auditors provide reasonable assurance, not absolute assurance, that processes are effective. IIA standard 2120.A2 notes that, "The internal audit activity must evaluate the potential for the occurrence of fraud and how the organization manages
fraud risk." One way to ensure this standard is met is by ensuring that every audit looks at fraud risks. This session will provide techniques used to brainstorm fraud schemes and assess fraud risks to ensure that fraud is included in each
audit scope and testing for specific fraud schemes is part of each audit.
You Will Learn How To:
IT Audit Manager, Huntington Ingalls Industries
Richard Fowler, CFE, CISA, CIA has 12 years of experience as part of the Internal Audit team at Huntington Ingalls Industries. His expertise lies in evaluating automated controls, reviewing production operation efficiency, framing data analytics
and identifying fraud tests. Fowler has previously worked with other internal audit groups in industries such as technology, banking, retail and state government. Prior to his internal audit career, Fowler worked as an engineer, DBA and computer
programmer. Fowler has a bachelor’s degree in physics and a master’s degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
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