Disruptive Processes: Impact on Audit

Starts 09 Nov 2020

Overview

Disruptive technologies have the inherent potential to improve the operational economics of every existing business process, to bring productivity to a higher level, to automate workflows, to speed up the supply chain and to transform all supporting logistics. These changes have an impact on all industries, sectors, manufacturers and service providers – on a world-wide scale and delivering during the same time-span.
Disruptive technologies rely on a broad spectrum of technology areas, from big data analytics and blockchain to digital payments, from the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to robotics, from Bio- and Nano-technology to quantum computing, from energy production and storage to distribution, from domotica and autonomous vehicles to smart cities, … the world will transform rather sooner than later.
While these technologies are the typical domain for ICT auditors to investigate, for business auditors the rapidly changing business processes will prove to be the next hurdle to take.
This one-day training focuses on you – the business auditor – and will provide you with insights in dealing with business processes impacted by disruptive technologies, and will guide you how to audit them:
• Learn which disruptive technologies are looming at the horizon;
• Understand their meaning on a variety of industries and service providers;
• Zoom in to the new risks they bring along, and work out potential control measures;
• Learn how business auditors can verify whether residual risks are sufficiently mitigated.

Disruptive Processes: Impact on Audit

This training focuses on you - the business auditor – and will provide you with insights in dealing with business processes impacted by disruptive technologies.

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Facilitator

About the facilitator

Mark Dekeyser

Internal Audit Process Manager KBC / Board Member IIABel

Mark Dekeyser is an Audit Methodologist and Audit Trainer at KBC Group. Prior to that he was IT Auditor also at KBC Group. He obtained CISA and is also member of ISACA. As an Audit project leader he's working on Audit Quality Assessments, Risk Based Auditing and the continuous improvement of the Audit processes. As a professional ICT trainer he’s also involved in the KBC training school. He became member of the IIA Belgium Board of Directors in 2012, where he now helps to ensure IIA Global’s strategy is implemented in the local institute.