Facilities and structures identified as Vital Installations require specialized protection, security plans and services. Locations such as nuclear plants, military bases, governmental buildings, petro-chemical sites, ports and harbors, educational institutions, and specialized health-care facilities, may fall into this category. These locations are often the target of attention for potential criminals, terrorists, and activists. Site-specific emergency response plans, business continuity strategies, security procedures, and reporting protocols are traditionally required by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
The effectiveness and maturity of risk management within the organization will determine how internal audit approach their planning and assessments, Applying risk based internal auditing also enables internal audit to form an opinion on the adequacy of the assurance framework and the reliability of assurance sources, new skills are required of internal auditors to ensure they implement RBIA effectively.
Who should attend?
Heads of internal audit and senior internal auditors involved in planning and providing assurance on control and management of business risk within their organization.
How will this program benefit you?
Upon completion you will be able to:
This course will provide you with practical examples and case studies on the application of a risk based internal audit approach During this interactive course the following topics will be covered:
Risk management and maturity
Risk based internal audit planning
Risk based assignment planning and reporting
Reporting on risk and control
Challenges to successful implementation
Presented by: IIA specialist trainers
Duration: Two days