Workshop Digitalisation of EU Funds

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There is no doubt that digitalisation has a major impact on the audit profession

As public sector organisations are facing a constant shift from paper-based work to digitalised electronic processes, an increasing bulk of data is nowadays only available electronically, which has also a strong impact on the audit profession. Digitalisation bears also cybersecurity risk. Be prepared to prevent cybersecurity risks.
Event:Intensive Workshop: Digitalisation & Innovative Audit in ESIF for 2021-2027
Language:English
Period:20.05.2020 - 20.05.2020
Venue:**** Hotel in Rome, Italy
Price:789.00* 1 Day Intensive Workshop Price
Booking number:S-2620
Customer contact:Karolina Brzezinska
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Familiarise yourself with the newest tools and instruments and gain meaningful audit results
In this seminar methods to collect data systematically are introduced and it is revealed what tools are efficient to extract meaningful data. Our experienced speakers explain how they handle and integrate IT tools and Artificial Intelligence in their ESIF audits.


  • Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence as new ingredients of the Anti-Fraud Cycle
  • New High Tech tools and software for Management, Control and Verifications

What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

  • Change and innovate the way you think about audit in the new programming period 2021-2027
  • Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence as new approaches and instruments for efficient and effective MCS, verifications and audits.
  • Introduction and use of Central Databases
  • What are the main challenges of digitisation for the internal audit function?
  • How can risks be managed successfully?
  • How to respond to cyber threats
  • How to establish a data analysis strategy
  • What can you do when data is non-existent?
  • How to report data to the management in a meaningful way
  • How to perform information security risk assessment







Who is this seminar for?

  • Internal and External Auditors
  • Audit methodologists
  • Audit statisticians
  • Audit experts
  • Controllers
  • Evaluation officers
  • Quality managers
  • Policy makers

Working in:

  • Public administrations on national and regional level
  • Subordinate government bodies
  • European Institutions and Agencies
  • International Organisations and NGOs
  • Subordinate government bodies
  • Universities and Higher Education Institutes

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