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    2012 Governance Risk and Control Conference

    Session and Speaker Information

    Sunday August 19, 2012 3:00 6:00 PM

    WORKSHOP 1

    Fraud and Risk Assessment

    Dr. Joan Pastor, CSP

    Chief Executive Officer

    JPA International, Inc.

    Learn why fraud and risk self-assessments are important to any fraud program or risk assessment and a highly effective process for facilitation.

    Discover a step by-step process for running an FRSA workshop.

    Learn some key facilitation tools and dozens of tips and strategies for getting the best quality information.

    Learn how to identify significant risks related to fraud exposure through your clients and assess the existence and strength of controls against the fraud risk exposure.

    Dr. Joan Pastor has been a professional international speaker, trainer, and coach since 1979 and is well

    known for her training, facilitation, and consulting skills. She authored Conflict Management and

    Negotiation Skills for Internal Auditors, has published over 30 articles, and is the recipient of numerous

    awards, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Excellence in Journalism Award.

    Joan has also made pioneering contributions related to risk assessment, fraud and business process

    management, conflict management and interviewing skills, Sarbanes-Oxley, and mergers and

    acquisitions. She and her associates are considered the premier trainers for auditors in all areas of

    people, leadership and management skills related to the audit, risk and finance professions. She has

    developed Audit Training Universities for several Fortune 100 companies. Joan works alongside legal

    counsel and executives on potential or discovered fraud situations, and she has been responsible for

    uncovering several embezzlement and other fraudulent schemes. She also is a member of the National

    Association of Corporate Directors and has provided consultation services to many executive teams and

    boards. Joans book The White Collar Criminal Revealed will be published in 2013.

    Learning Field: Auditing

    Learning Level: Beginner

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    Monday August 20, 2012 8:30 9:45 am

    GS 1

    Sharpening Our Focus on the Road Ahead: Internal Auditing 2020

    Richard F. Chambers, CIA, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA

    President and Chief Executive Officer

    The Institute of Internal Auditors

    Richard Chambers has 36 years of internal audit, accounting, and financial management leadership

    experience, including a long career in public-sector internal auditing. His public service tenure included

    holding chief audit executive positions at three of the U.S. governments largest organizations. Chambers

    also served as vice president of The IIA Learning Center and national practice leader in Internal Audit

    Advisory Services for PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has served on numerous boards and panels,

    including the U.S. Presidents Council on Integrity and Efficiency; the City of Orlando, FL, Audit Board; the

    U.S. Governments Executive Council on Integrity and Efficiency; The IIAs Internal Audit Standards

    Board; and the Board of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission

    (COSO).

    Explore potential scenarios for the evolution of the profession in the decade ahead.

    Examine the potential role, focus, and structure of internal auditing in 2020.

    Address the skills internal auditors will need to develop to succeed in the future.

    Learning Field: Auditing

    Learning Level: Intermediate

    Monday August 20, 2012 10:15 11:30 am

    CS 1-1

    Leadership Skills for Working with Executives and Audit Committees

    Dr. Joan Pastor, CSP

    Chief Executive Officer

    JPA International, Inc.

    Learn the seven core competencies to effective leadership skills and which skills you need for

    working with Audit Committees (AC).

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    Learn the gap between CAE and AC expectations, and communications, and how to bridge it.

    Discover what ACs needs to do to be highly effective, and how you can also use your AC to

    handle difficult clients.

    Dr. Joan Pastor has been a professional international speaker, trainer, and coach since 1979 and is well

    known for her training, facilitation, and consulting skills. She authored Conflict Management and

    Negotiation Skills for Internal Auditors, has published over 30 articles, and is the recipient of numerous

    awards, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Excellence in Journalism Award.

    Joan has also made pioneering contributions related to risk assessment, fraud and business process

    management, conflict management and interviewing skills, Sarbanes-Oxley, and mergers and

    acquisitions. She and her associates are considered the premier trainers for auditors in all areas of

    people, leadership and management skills related to the audit, risk and finance professions. She has

    developed Audit Training Universities for several Fortune 100 companies. Joan works alongside legal

    counsel and executives on potential or discovered fraud situations, and she has been responsible for

    uncovering several embezzlement and other fraudulent schemes. She also is a member of the National

    Association of Corporate Directors and has provided consultation services to many executive teams and

    boards. Joans book The White Collar Criminal Revealed, will be published in 2013.

    Learning Field: Personal Development

    Learning Level: Beginner

    CS 1-2

    Aligning ERM and Internal Audit to Focus on Strategic Risks

    Sandra Pundmann, CIA, CPA

    Partner, Audit and Enterprise Risk Services

    Deloitte & Touche LLP

    Elizabeth Truelove McDermott, CPA

    Vice President, Audit, Ethics and Compliance Services

    DeVry Inc.

    Thomas Cheriyan, CISA, CRISC

    Director, Business Process Assurance

    CDW Corp.

    Learn how to facilitate the development of an integrated enterprise risk framework to bridge

    organizational barriers.

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    Understand how to act as a catalyst and enabler by focusing on strategic risks and engaging

    senior leaders within the organization talking to each other; developing a common risk language;

    and harmonizing the way that risk is identified, assessed, and measured, so that risk intelligence

    can be developed across the organization.

    Discuss how companies are engaging the board, senior management and their employees to

    think differently about risks and how key risk indicators, strategic planning, and analytics are

    helping change managements thinking about risk management.

    Sandy Pundmann has more than 30 years of business experience in risk management, internal auditing,

    accounting, finance, and information technology. She serves as the leader of the Governance and Risk

    and Regulatory Strategies Commercial team and as the Internal Audit Transformation industry leader for

    the technology, media, and telecommunications industry. Prior to joining Deloitte and Touche in 1996,

    Pundmann served as the vice president and chief audit executive of a Fortune 50 company, where she

    oversaw a global internal audit organization of more than 70 internal audit professionals. In addition, she

    has served in a variety of finance, risk management, and IT leadership and management capacities.

    Elizabeth Truelove McDermott is vice president, Audit, Ethics and Compliance Services at DeVry Inc.

    She began her career with DeVry in 1992 as the state licensing specialist. Elizabeth has extensive

    experience at DeVry, working across three divisions, including Becker Professional Review, before

    assuming her current role. Most recently she served as senior director of internal audit with responsibility

    for planning, directing, and administering a comprehensive risk-based internal audit program. She

    provided audit leadership in the development, operation and evaluation of the organization risk-

    management program, as well as served as the organization liaison to external audit and regulatory

    reviews. Elizabeth earned her MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management,

    Thomas Cheriyan oversees and directs the internal audit function at CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions for business, government, education and healthcare. Prior to joining CDW, Thomas worked at Deloitte & Touche where he conducted and directed a wide variety of enterprise-wide, strategic-level and operational risk management projects for Fortune 500 companies. In the area of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), he assisted management to assess and enhance their existing governance practices, roles and responsibilities, risk identification, risk assessment, and risk mitigation strategies. Thomas has an MS in Information Systems Management from Loyola University Chicago and has presented to the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) on practical examples of implementing ERM.

    Learning Field: Management Advisory Services

    Learning Level: Intermediate

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    CS 1-3

    Detecting Fraud in Credit Card Data

    Phillip W. Hurd, CISA, CISSP

    Chief Audit Executive and Director, Internal Auditing

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Examine the role of credit cards in our soci

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