The 2011 IT Audit Benchmarking Survey Webinar

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David Brand, Bob Hirth, Mark Peters, Tony Samer
Please join us for a complimentary webinar, The 2011 IT Audit Benchmarking Survey. Protiviti's 2011 IT Audit Benchmark Survey webinar will present the results of a survey conducted of nearly 500 practice professionals to gain insight into the current state of IT Audit. The presentation will discuss the areas where the profession is doing a good job, and those areas where the profession needs to improve to be compliant with the both the standards, and management's expectation of reasonable assurance.

By attending this online event, you will:

• Understand how other companies have structured their IT Audit Departments
• Understand various frameworks used to conduct an IT Audit Risk Assessment
• Understand the state of compliance with the IIA Standards related to technology
• Obtain key questions that each participant ought to ask in their own companies to determine whether they are adequately covering IT Risk
Oct 24 2011
78 mins
The 2011 IT Audit Benchmarking Survey Webinar
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