Cybersecurity & Information Management Quality & Assurance Focused CPE Training Seminars
This page summaries the Cybersecurity and Information Technology CPE Training Seminars which are being presented in various cities throughout the United States. This family of seminars includes:
Cybersecurity Program Academy (16 CPEs)
Information Technology General Controls (8 CPEs)
Conducting Value-Added Quality Audits (24 CPEs)
Continuous Auditing & Monitoring (8 CPEs)
Improving Risk Identification and Management (4 CPEs)
Leading and Managing Productive Reviews and Inspections (16 CPEs)
Managing Corporate Cultural Change (4 CPEs)
NAIC Model Audit Rule Compliance (24 CPE)
NAIC Model Audit Rule Compliance Academy (24 CPE)
NAIC Cybersecurity Model Law Academy (16 CPE)
Project Management Academy (36 CPE)
Successfully Managing Requirements (16 CPEs)
SSAE SOC Audits: Auditee - Auditor - Assessor (16 CPEs)
Best Practices: Project Management (8 CPEs)
The SEC's XBRL Mandate: A Practical Perspective (1 CPE)
Understanding Cybersecurity (4 CPE)
CCS provides premier information management and process improvement training to help our attendees advance their internal auditing tradecraft, internal controls and effectiveness of their business processes.
Corporate Compliance Seminars Event Catagories
Corporate Compliance Seminars presents professional continuing education (CPE) seminars in the following areas:
COSO 2013 Training Seminars
Information Management & Quality Assurance Seminars
Risk Management, Internal Control & SOX Seminars
Internal Auditing Seminars
We provide CPE training base on the standards published by the IIA, COSO, CMMI, COBIT, AICPA, PCAOB, SEC, ISACA, PMBOK, FASB, and IAASB.
These programs are also available for presentation at your site tailored to your specific training needs. See the page concerning Custom Seminars for further details.
Our seminars provide CPE For CPAs, CFEs, CIAs, CISAs, auditors and others with effective and engaging training.
Prices for individual attendance are detailed on the seminar specific web pages or via the Buy Now Buttons on the payment page. Call us for special offers and group pricing.
Best Practices - Information Technology (IT) Controls Seminar
Classroom training on the best practices for Information Technology (IT) governance, management, security, general controls and auditing.
This popular one-day seminar is designed to provide an understanding of an effective program for the creation of a system of internal control within Information Technology (IT) and its assessment. Be trained on how your organization can develop and maintain an effective IT internal control framework to comply with SOX or other similar regulations.
Our attendees learn that a top-down, risk based approach to IT compliance can produce better results for their companies by streamlining their operations, providing more accurate, timely and reliable information, avoiding litigation and reducing their IT costs. Learn the "Best Practices" of IT from the methodologies of Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT), IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and IT departments around the globe. Implement and update your IT SOX compliance and IT auditing programs. This seminar is for IT and non-IT professionals, auditors and management. (8 Hours CPE).
Details On & Upcoming Training Dates for IT General Controls Seminar
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Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance for the CPA External Auditor Seminar
Classroom training on the best practices for external auditors who have to comply with the PCAOB Auditing Standards.
This new one-day seminar is designed to provide the PCAOB registered auditing firm partners and professionals with an understanding of requirements within Auditing Standard 5. It moves you away from the audit programs established under Auditing Standard 2 to establishing audit activities that take the integrated audit approach.
Attendees learn the planning approach which will lead to a top-down, risk based integrated audit. Smaller public companies are now required to comply with the management assertion requirement of Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Now, these companies will be subject to the auditor attestation requirement of Section 404 for their annual reports filed for fiscal years ended on or after December 15, 2009. This seminar is for audit partners and audit professionals who will be conducting these SOX audits. (8 Hours CPE).
Details On & Upcoming Training Dates for SOX for the CPA Seminar
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Yellow Book CPE Focused Training Seminars
Our seminars contain practical advice gleaned from highly experienced Yellow Book assurance and audit professionals.
The GAO's Yellow Book, Government Auditing Standards, lays down certain CPE requirements. Auditors performing work under GAGAS, including planning, directing, performing field work, or reporting on an audit or attestation engagement under GAGAS, need to maintain their professional competence through continuing professional education (CPE). Therefore, each auditor performing work under GAGAS should complete, every two years, at least 80 hours of CPE that directly enhance the auditor's professional proficiency to perform audits and/or attestation engagements. At least 24 of the 80 hours of CPE should be in subjects directly related to government auditing, the government environment, or the specific or unique environment in which the audited entity operates. At least 20 hours of the 80 should be completed in any one year of the two-year period. For details on the Yellow Book CPE requirements go to Government Auditing Standards - Guidance on GAGAS Requirements for CPE.
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