|Subject:||“Key risks for 2022 – Risk Landscape we should consider & Remote Auditing – Challenges and opportunities for Internal Auditors”|
|Date:||Friday 8 April 2022|
|Venue:||ONLINE via ZOOM|
|CPE Points (Continuous Professional Education):||2 CPEs|
|Instructor:||Mr.Doron Rozenblum (CPA,CIA,MBA,CRMA,CRISC, CISA, CDPSE)
Mr Lior Segal (CPA, CIA, MBA, CRMA, CRISC, CDPSE, QAR)
|Outline:||Presentation topic (i) & Presentation topic (ii)|
|Registration Form:||Seminar Participation|
|Details:||The Global Risks Report reveals the top risks requiring urgent global action … Read More here and here|
Presentation (i) – Key risks for 2022 – Risk Landscape we should consider
The Global Risks Report reveals the top risks requiring urgent global action. Past years have seen a lack
of mobilization on risk areas perceived to be long-term or abstract, but the pandemic has shown just
how much the cost of inaction far outweighs the cost of action.
In 2020, the seemingly obscure risk of a pandemic became a reality.
In 2021, cyber risks reached new milestones with the highest average cost of a data breach in almost
two decades. At the same time, floods, fires and weather-related disasters dominated headlines.
Climate continued to shift from the abstract to an urgent risk category.
During the session we will address these and other emerging risks.
Doron Rozenblum is the managing partner of Kreston-Ezra Yehuda-Rozenblum, leading the Risk
Advisory Services practice of Kreston IL Group. Doron has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a
Master of Business Administration degree from Manchester University. He is a CPA and a Certified
Internal Auditor (CIA). He has over 25 years of experience in risk management, internal auditing, and
control design and assessment, and specializes in helping organizations understand and assess risks
within their operations, assessing the design of processes and controls, and providing tailored solutions
to enhance internal audit effectiveness and value.
Doron is the Vice President of The Institute of Internal Auditors in Israel. In this role, he provides
direction for The IIA’s Israel strategic plan, conferences and training. Doron is also responsible for global
relations with the IIA and IIA institutes around the globe. His service as an active volunteer with The IIA
includes roles as committee member, as well as former member of The IIA Global Board of Directors
Presentation (ii) – Remote Auditing – Challenges and opportunities for Internal Auditors
COVID-19 global pandemic accelerated changes in the world, including the work environment. One of
those key changes is the requirement of organizations throughout the world to conduct their operations
away from their offices. As the Pandemic is still around us and looking into the future, it seems that
getting back to the normal/traditional day-to-day business will not be possible, as many employers say
they will conduct their future operations in a hybrid manner, i.e. partially at the offices and partially at
the employees’ homes. The Internal Audit profession encountered the same dilemma in relation to work
remotely and required many adjustments in order to stay relevant in these challenging times.
1. The toolkit an Internal Auditor needs while working remotely.
2. Benefits and Constraints for remote audit.
3. Lessons learned regarding remote auditing and its impact on the audit process.
Lior Segal has over 20 years of experience in Audit, Risk Management, Compliance and Internal controls
in public companies. He is the Chief Audit Executive of Bezeq, the leading Telecom provider in Israel, and
he also serves as a Director, Secretary and Treasurer in IIA Israel.
Lior is certified both as a CPA, an Advocate, CIA, CRMA, CRISC and CDPSE. He is also a QAR Assessor, and
he holds degrees in Law and Accounting, double majors MBA, diplomas in comprehensive Internal Audit
and Advanced Accounting studies.
Lior lectures in certification preparation courses in Academic institutions and in other initiatives.