- Sponsored by:
- Greenlight Technologies
Join this webinar to hear killer strategies on how leading companies leapfrogged traditional manual and sample-based control testing techniques.
As you transform your enterprise by moving business-critical applications to the cloud, manually assessing and reporting on the effectiveness of your internal controls is no longer a viable option. Generating reports one application at a time and manually correlating access and transactions across applications is not only extremely time-consuming, resource intensive and costly, it is often performed haphazardly, inconsistently or not at all. How can you and your auditors be confident you have the necessary controls to protect your company from fraud, waste, abuse and data loss/exposure when you can test only a fraction of the controls once or twice a year? The fact is – you can’t. In the third quarter alone, over 1,000 public companies reported material weaknesses in their SEC filings.
In this webinar, you'll discover the innovative initiatives that leading organizations are implementing to automatically monitor 100% of transactional activity and identify segregation of duties, security and compliance violations. This approach enables companies to gain unprecedented visibility and control over financial, operational and security risks.
By attending, you will learn how to:
- Gain complete confidence in your ability to avoid audit findings and material weaknesses
- Automate governance and enforce consistent policies across all applications
- Save millions in labor costs, audit fees and loss prevention
Mark Kissman, CFO, Greenlight Technologies
James Rice, Vice President of Customer Solutions, Greenlight Technologies
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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