How BearingPoint developed a tech-aware audit function



60 minutes

Auditors must adopt new technologies if they want to continue adding value—but that’s easier said than done. Between the technology, team, and governance considerations, attempting to develop a tech-aware audit function can leave audit teams with more questions than answers.

How do we identify the resource gaps? What steps do we take to figure out the technologies we need? How do we adapt and evolve our audit plans and activities to this new way of operating?

Watch this 60-minute webinar where Laurent Seel–Head of Internal Audit at BearingPoint, shares how CAEs and internal audit teams can evolve and adopt new technologies to move them into the future.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Make a good use of technology from the beginning
  • Foster agility and adaptability
  • Implement the audit function you need, in line with stakeholders’ expectations

Laurent Seel - Head of Internal Audit at BearingPoint

Former Manager in Paris office since 2015 (Finance & Risk team, specialized in risk advisory) in BearingPoint, an independent management and technology consultancy, with European roots and a global reach. Extensive expertise in Governance, Risk management, Compliance, Internal Audit and Control (PwC and the French Accounting Court). As a manager in BearingPoint I further developed a solid expertise in consulting, business development, project management (including IT related projects), change management and Data protection.

Anil Jogani - Channel Manager at Galvanize

Anil Jogani is a senior executive with considerable international experience in the IT industry throughout the UK, India, and Europe. A GRC, security, audit and ERP software solutions professional, Anil regularly presents at international events and writes on the topics of IT governance, security, data privacy, audit, and control.