ISACA Kettle Moraine and the IIA Milwaukee Present: Roles and Challenges for All Internal Auditors: A Common Book of Knowledge (CBOK)

Topic:

Roles and Challenges for All Internal Auditors: A Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) will define areas that are internal audit knowledge requirements and where internal auditors should develop a good general knowledge of supporting concepts. This presentation covers such topics as continuous auditing approaches, the upcoming COSO ERM Framework and the importance of ITIL for evaluating internal controls. It will also include many concepts from Robert Moeller’s book, Brink’s Modern Internal Auditing, which should be of interest to all levels of IIA and ISACA chapter members from the more junior to internal audit managers and CAE’s. This presentation is built on Robert’s past internal audit work, professional activities and years of research to provide the audience with a unique internal audit CBOK definition that discusses and outlines a series of specific internal audit key knowledge requirements – such as understanding ITIL service management internal controls -- as well as other areas where all IT and internal auditors may want to develop a better general understanding. Over the past several years, Robert has presented this topic in varying formats to IIA and ISACA chapters across the country.

Fees:

This special half-day ISACA/IIA event (4 CPEs) is being offered to ISACA Kettle Moraine Chapter and IIA Members for a discounted price of $35 and non-members for $50. To receive the member rate, you must join / renew and be a chapter member in good standing. Sorry, but due to the limited capacity, we cannot refund registration fees. This event will only be held at the Milwaukee location and call-in options will be disabled. Please hurry and register as spots are extremely limited! Link to the Registration

Location:

Milwaukee - Rockwell Automation (FLEC Conference Center)

Speaker Biography:

Robert Moeller, CPA, CISA, CISSP & PMP has been a long-term IIA member since the early 1980’s and his ISACA connections go back to the EDP Auditors Association. Robert considers himself an internal and IT audit pioneer. He first learned computer programming in the early 1960’s and got involved with internal auditing with an IT audit emphasis some ten years later. Robert has directed multiple corporate-level internal audit functions over the years, served as president of the Chicago IIA Chapter and is the author of multiple books on internal controls, internal auditing, IT security, and risk management. One of his more significant books is Brink’s Modern Internal Auditing, a publication that was first launched by internal audit pioneer Vic Brink in 1942, the author of multiple new editions since 1990. In the past and also with the new 8th edition, just released, this book includes a description of an internal auditor’s common body of knowledge (CBOK) and describes other areas, such as continuous auditing, IT service management issues and the newer COSO internal control framework.