2019 Information Technology Auditing for Community Bank Auditors
August 21 - Salina, Courtyard by Marriott
3020 Riffel Drive
Community bank and financial auditors sometimes avoid IT audit issues because they feel they do not have appropriate knowledge and training; however, the obligation to review this important area remains the same.
This seminar explores traditional audit approaches which can be used to evaluate many of the less technical information technology controls. Proper use of auditors’ existing knowledge and skills may help increase the comfort level of management and the board of directors.
There will be explanations of and practical approaches to procedures for conducting non-technical portions of IT audits. There will also be a review of regulatory issues and suggestions to help management prepare for regulatory examinations.
Recommended for 6.5 hours CPE Credit.
Who Should Attend
Designed for Internal/external auditors, IT administrators and staff, IT security officers, compliance officers, legal staff, operations officers, CIOs, and CISOs.
Gordon F. Morris, CBA, CISA
GFM Consulting, Inc.
Gordon is the founder of the firm that specializes in audit, information security, and information technology services and provides these services annually for 100+ banks ranging in asset sizes from $100 million to $7 billion. He has taught IT auditing seminars for numerous banks in the U.S. Before starting his own
consulting practice, Gordon was the Vice President and Director of Audit Services for a large southeastern bank.
KBA Members: $230
Add $25 if registering after August 9, 2019