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  1. 1. InternalAuditSolutionsforToughTimes TheIIA’sGRCConferenceIncludingFraud&Technology August24–26,2009/LoewsCoronadoBay/Coronado(SanDiego),CA,USA www.theiia.org/Solutions09 TurnObstacles intoOpportunities NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE PAID THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS 247 Maitland Avenue Altamonte Springs, FL 32701-4201 USA Please recycle this brochure by passing it along to a colleague. 5/09262/lk/jp Visit www.theiia.org/Solutions09 to register!Upcoming IIA Conferences 2009-2010 August 24 – 26, 2009 Internal Audit Solutions for Tough Times The IIA’s GRC Conference Including Fraud & Technology Loews Coronado Bay / Coronado (San Diego), CA, USA October 19 – 21, 2009 All Star Conference Caesars Palace / Las Vegas, NV, USA March 29 – 31, 2010 General Audit Management Conference Gaylord Palms / Orlando, FL, USA April 2010 Gaming Conference Location to be Announced June 6 – 9, 2010 2010 International Conference Georgia World Congress Center / Atlanta, GA, USA August 23 – 25, 2010 Internal Audit Solutions for Tough Times The IIA’s GRC Conference Including Fraud & Technology The Breakers / Palm Beach, FL, USA Visit www.theiia.org/Training for Conference details and to learn about our Seminars, Virtual Offerings, Webinars, and On-site Training
  2. 2. Internal Audit Solutions for Tough Times The IIA’s GRC Conference Including Fraud & Technology August 24 – 26, 2009 / Loews Coronado Bay / Coronado (San Diego), CA, USA Nothing about 2009 is business as usual, so The IIA has revamped its popular Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Conference to make it the right conference at the right time for auditors who want to make a difference in their organizations. How you face challenges plays a big role in their outcome. This event will prepare you for what lies ahead, show you how successful organizations are staying the course, and teach you that the right knowledge and resources will help you overcome adversity. Internal Audit Solutions for Tough Times will feature: • Forty concurrent sessions in tracks titled, Focusing on Risk, Compliance & Ethics Management, Addressing & Increasing Fraud Risks, Leveraging Technology, and Innovative Solutions for Constrained Resources. • A pre-conference roundtable on Strengthening Your Relationship with Your Audit Committee, and pre-conference workshops on Assessing Your Organization’s Risk Management Process and Doing More with Less: Advanced Analytics. • General sessions presented by IIA President and Chief Executive Officer Richard F. Chambers, CIA, CGAP, CCSA; Natalie Nichelson, vice president of internal audit for CB Richard Ellis / Global Finance; and William C. Taylor, founding editor of FastCompany and coauthor of Mavericks at Work. The opening keynote presenter is Lawrence J. Harrington, vice president of internal audit for the Raytheon Company. • Exclusive networking opportunities and a hands-on exhibit hall designed to help you turn your obstacles into opportunities. Log in and register today at www.theiia.org/Solutions09 or call +1-407-937-1111. GS 1 Internal Audit: Will We Lead or Become Irrelevant? Lawrence J. Harrington, Vice President, Internal Audit, Raytheon Company GS 2 Responding to Changing Expectations: What’s Next for Internal Audit Richard F. Chambers, CIA, CGAP, CCSA, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Institute of Internal Auditors GS 3 Navigating the Changing Expectations of Stakeholders in a Volatile Environment Natalie Nichelson, Vice President, Internal Audit, CB Richard Ellis | Global Finance GS 4 Practically Radical: Unleashing Big Change in Tough Times William C. Taylor, Founding Editor of Fast Company, Coauthor of Mavericks at Work
  3. 3. Sunday, August 23, 2009 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. Roundtable and Workshops Registration HALF DAY ROUNDTABLE 8:30 a.m. – Noon 4 CPE Hours RT 1 Strengthening Your Relationship with Your Audit Committee Richard J. Anderson, MBA, CPA Clinical Professor The Center for Strategy, Execution & Valuation The Strategic Risk Management Lab Kellstadt Graduate School of Business DePaul University FULL DAY WORKSHOPS 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 8 CPE Hours WS 1 Assessing Your Organization’s Risk Management Process Don Espersen, CIA despersen & Associate WS 2 Doing More with Less: Advanced Analytics Dr. Dan Kneer Dr. Dan Kneer Advisory Group 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Conference Registration Monday, August 24, 2009 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Networking 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Opening Comments – GRC Conference Co-chairman Jeffrey A. Lambright, CIA, CFSA, Audit Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, Indiana University Foundation GS 1 Internal Audit:  Will We Lead or Become Irrelevant? Lawrence J. Harrington, Vice President, Internal Audit, Raytheon Company Auditing 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. Networking Break TRACKS Focusing on Risk Compliance & Ethics Management Addressing & Increasing Fraud Risks Leveraging Technology Innovative Solutions for Constrained Resources 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. CS 1-1 Developing a Risk Assess- ment Methodology for a Global Organization – Case Study George Thomas, CPA, CMA, FCCA, CFIRS Senior Vice President, Senior Corporate Audit Executive First Data Corp. Auditing CS 1-2 Effective Ethics and Compliance Programs: Accountability Strategies Dan Roach Vice President, Compliance & Audit Catholic Healthcare West Auditing CS 1-3 Emerging Fraud Opportuni- ties: A New and Deadlier Generation of Attacks Richard Cascarino Principal Richard Cascarino and Associates Auditing CS 1-4 Risks of Outsourced IT Operations and Applications Lorraine Peoples, CISA, CCSA Vice President - Internal Control Department Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. Harshul Joshi Director CBIZ MHM, LLC Auditing CS 1-5 Managing Audit During a Crisis Environment Randy Melby Former Senior Vice President, General Auditor WAMU Auditing 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Lunch 12:45 – 2:00 p.m. CS 2-1 Using Focused Risk Assessment to Maximize Your Audit Resources in Lean Times Kenneth Mory, CIA, CISA, CMA Chief of Audits County of San Diego Auditing CS 2-2 Managing Compliance and Ethics in Tough Economic Times Theodore Banks Previously of Kraft Foods Jane Baker (Invited) Vice President, Employee Relations Qualcomm Auditing CS 2-3 Fraud Waste & Abuse on Capital Improvement Projects John Croy Director, Construction Services Jefferson Wells International Auditing CS 2-4 Integrated Audit Approach Rich Nardi (Invited) Group Manager, IT Audit Microsoft Corp. Auditing CS 2-5 Vendor Management Validation Robert L. Mainardi, CFSA, MBA President Mainardi & Associates Auditing 2:15 – 3:25 p.m. CS 3-1 Doing More with Less – A Case Study to Implement Global GRC in Recession Rhonda Doherty Internal Auditor Waters Corporation Susan Holleran Vice President Waters Corporation Bhavesh Bhagat Chairman & Chief Executive Officer EnCrisp, LLC Auditing CS 3-2 HIPPA and the Stimulus Package: New Require- ments for a New Era Michael Fabrizius, CIA, CPA Chief Audit Executive Sharp Healthcare Auditing CS 3-3 Storm Troopers!! Becoming a FIRST RESPONDER to Fraud Risks During an Economic Storm Jeff Matthews, CPA, CFE Partner Grant Thorton, LLP Economic Advisory Services Auditing CS 3-4 Audit IT Projects – GTAG 12 Steve Stein Global IT Audit Manager Hewlett-Packard Auditing CS 3-5 Working with a Smaller Staff – Working Smarter Richard Cascarino Richard Cascarino & Associates Personnel 3:25 – 3:50 p.m. Networking Break 3:50 – 5:00 p.m. CS 4-1 Common Objectives of the CRO and CAE John Wheeler Managing Principal Wheelhouse Advisors, LLC Auditing CS 4-2 Developing a Privacy Assessment David Wood Senior Managing Consultant IBM Corporation Auditing CS 4-3 Tips for Dealing with Employee Fraud and Misconduct in a Down Economy Luis Ramos (Invited) Chief Executive Officer The Network, Inc. Auditing CS 4-4 Leveraging Technology for Effective Risk Management Rob Zanella Vice President, IT Compliance and Security Computer Associates (CA) Auditing CS 4-5 Working Faster… Better… Smarter… with Less While Providing More Value Dr. Dan Kneer Dr. Dan Kneer Advisory Group Auditing 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Welcome Reception
  4. 4. Tuesday, August 25, 2009 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Networking 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Opening Comments - Conference Co-Chairman Helen S. Young, CIA, CISA, CFE, Deputy Commissioner, Internal Audit, Texas General Land Office GS 2 Responding to Changing Expectations: What’s Next for Internal Audit Richard F. Chambers, CIA, CGAP, CCSA, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Institute of Internal Auditors Auditing 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. Networking Break TRACKS Focusing on Risk Compliance & Ethics Management Addressing & Increasing Fraud Risks Leveraging Technology Innovative Solutions for Constrained Resources 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. CS 5-1 A Strategic Framework for Governance, Risk, and Compliance Richard Anderson, CPA, CFSA Clinical Professor The Center for Strategy, Execution & Valuation, The Strategic Risk Management Lab Kellstadt Graduate School of Business Mark Frigo Director The Center for Strategy, Execution and Valuation DePaul University Auditing CS 5-2 Whistleblowing: Are We Hearing More of It Now and How Should We Be Responding? David Childers President and Chief Executive Officer EthicsPoint, Inc. Auditing CS 5-3 Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting: What Every Internal Auditor Should Know Richard Riley, CPA, CFE, CFF Louis F. Tanner Distinguished Professor of Public Accounting West Virginia University Timothy Pearson Director, WVU Division of Account- ing and Executive Director of the Institute for Fraud Prevention West Virginia University Auditing CS 5-4 Managing Risk in a Hostile Technology Environment MacDonnell Ulsch ZeroPoint Risk Research Auditing CS 5-5 Cost Savings – Changing it From Concept to Reality Michael J. Fucilli, CIA, CFE Auditor General Metropolitan Transportation Authority Auditing 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Lunch 12:45 – 1:55 p.m. CS 6-1 The Next Generation of Governance, Risk and Compliance Michael Steel Chief Risk Officer Andy Anderson Chief Audit Executive AXIS Capital Auditing CS 6-2 Partnering with the General Counsel Philip Rudolph General Counsel Jack-in-the-Box Auditing CS 6-3 Attorney/Client Privileges: What They Need Don Kohtz Director, Investigative & Compliance Solutions Continuum Worldwide Auditing CS 6-4 Information Privacy Issues & Risks Steve Mar, CFSA Consultant Resources Global Professionals Auditing CS 6-5 & CS 7-5 “COFFEE TALK” Parts 1&2 Survival Skills Enhancing Internal Audit Value Don Espersen Despersen & Associate Auditing 1:55 – 2:15 p.m. Networking Break 2:15 – 3:30 p.m. CS 7-1 Auditing Strategic Risk Speaker to be Announced Visit www.theiia.org/Solutions09 for details Auditing CS 7-2 FCPA Enforcement: Staying Ahead of a Persistent Challenge Moderator: Matt Kelly Editor-in-Chief Compliance Week  Panel: Robb Adkins Federal Prosecutor United States Department of Justice Marjorie Doyle, JD, CCEP Marjorie Doyle & Associates, LLC Auditing CS 7-3 Corporate Governance, Fraud, and Internal Auditing Craig Greene Partner McGovern & Greene Auditing CS 7-4 Auditing Wireless Network Security Nelson Gibbs Senior Manager Deloitte & Touche, LLP Auditing 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Optional Event - Old Town Trolley Tour of San Diego (Visit www.TrolleyTours.com/san-diego for details.) Special Offers Free IIA Membership By remitting the nonmember price for this event upon registration, you are eligible for a free one-year gift membership. By com- pleting a registration form for this event in its entirety and submitting it to The IIA, you signify your agreement. Discounts at The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore (IIARF) offers hundreds of educational products that help you as a practitioner. Visit the Bookstore and receive an ad- ditional 10% off the already reduced IIA member pricing on IIA and IIARF-pub- lished products, and free shipping within the U.S. and Canada. Free CIA Exam Application The IIA will waive the initial Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA® ) exam application fee (a US $60 value) for any IIA member who attends this conference. To request the application waiver, visit www.theiia.org/ certification/why-become-certified/exam- special-offers.
  5. 5. Wednesday, August 26, 2009 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Registration 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Networking 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Opening Comments – GRC Conference Co-chairman, James A. Molzahn, CIA, Associate Audit Director, JCPenney Company, Inc. GS 3 Navigating the Changing Expectations of Stakeholders in a Volatile Environment Natalie Nichelson, Vice President, Internal Audit, CB Richard Ellis | Global Finance Auditing 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. Networking Break TRACKS Focusing on Risk Compliance & Ethics Management Addressing & Increasing Fraud Risks Leveraging Technology Innovative Solutions for Constrained Resources 10:15 – 11:25 a.m. CS 8-1 Enterprise Risk Management - Moving Forward... With Purpose Larry Baker (Invited) Managing Partner, Enterprise Risk CFR Risk Management Auditing CS 8-2 Third Parties: Don’t Think You’re Outsourcing Your Risk Marjorie Doyle, JD, CCEP Marjorie Doyle & Associates, LLC Michael R. Levin, Esq. Vice President, Supplier and Partner Solutions Integrity Interactive Auditing CS 8-3 How Can Your Organization Reduce the Risk of Fraud in Tough Times? Ryan Hauber, CFE Principal Brown Smith Wallace Auditing CS 8-4 Fraud Detection in the Automated World – GTAG June 2009 Ken Askelson CIA, CPA, CITP Retired from JCPenney Peter Millar Director, Technology Application ACL Auditing CS 8-5 Adding Enterprise Value While Conducting Internal Controls Beth Kaplan Partner Deloitte & Touche, LLP Auditing 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Closing Comments - Conference Co-Chairman, Jeffrey A. Lambright, CIA, CFSA, Audit Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, Indiana University Foundation GS 4 Practically Radical: Unleashing Big Change in Tough Times William C. Taylor, Founding Editor of Fast Company, Coauthor of Mavericks at Work Personal Development 12:45 – 1:15 p.m. Book signing of Mavericks at Work by Co-Author William C. Taylor Loews Coronado Bay 4000 Coronado Bay Road Coronado (San Diego), CA 92118 USA Toll Free Reservations: +1-800-815-6397 Tel: +1-619-424-4000 / FAX: +1-619-424-4400 Room Rate: US $229 Single/Double Occupancy Room Cut-off Date: July 27, 2009 www.LoewsHotels.com/CoronadoBay Located just 20 minutes from San Diego International Airport, the Loews Coronado Bay is a beautiful bay front hotel in Coronado (San Diego). Situated on a private 15-acre peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and Coronado Bay, Loews waterfront setting offers a variety of activities including tennis, swimming, and water sports. Loews is also equipped with the technology you need to keep up with work during the conference including an oversized executive desk, high speed Internet, 2 digital phone lines and three phones with data port capability. Special Savings! Hotel guests can dine at the Mistral or Market Café and receive a 20% discount.
  6. 6. SAVE Register by June 30, 2009 and $100! Conference Information Payment Details Admittance to this event is contingent upon full receipt of payment prior to the conference. Payment in US dollars, for an IIA-sponsored conference is due at the time of registration. If payment has not been received prior to the start of the event, The IIA reserves the right to deny entrance. Go to www.theiia.org/Solutions09 to register or to print out a faxable registration form. Mail your check, made payable to The Institute of Internal Auditors, with your registra- tion form to The IIA Payment Center, P.O. Box 31280, Tampa, FL 33631-3280; or call The IIA’s Customer Service Center at +1-407- 937-1111, FAX: +1-407-937-1101, to charge your registration to your VISA, MasterCard, or American Express. Schedule Changes At times, it may be necessary to cancel, reschedule, or substitute a conference session, speaker, conference, and/ or topic after registra- tion has been confirmed. The IIA will provide advance notice of any changes once notice has been received and in doing so will not be responsible for penalties related to the canceling or rescheduling of registration fees, airfares, lodging, etc. What If You Change Your Mind? Cancellations must be made in writing, and those received after August 14, 2009, are subject to a US $250 nonrefundable process- ing fee. This service charge will be waived if you register for another program at the time of cancellation. No refunds will be given for confirmed reservations not cancelled by August 14, 2009. All requests for refunds will be processed within 30 days following the program. Fees, courses, and program content are subject to change without notice. Contact Information For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please contact our Customer Service depart- ment at +1-407-937-1111. CPE Credits Available When you attend this conference you are eligible for up to 18 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits, depending on the number of sessions you attend. Attendance will be tracked via a ticket system. The IIA’s educational programs are acceptable for fulfilling CPE require- ments, which ensure that internal auditors comply with the specific standards on education in The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. The Institute is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses. Com- plaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to NASBA, 150 Fourth Ave. North, Nashville, TN 37219- 2417 USA. Conference Sponsorships and Exhibit Space Available For sponsorship opportunities for this conference, please contact exhibits-sponsors@theiia.org or call +1-407-937-1109. What to Wear For your comfort, business casual is appropriate when attending IIA conferences. We suggest that you dress in layers because the temperatures in hotel meeting rooms can vary considerably. Compliance & Ethics Management Track Sponsor Conference Registration Fees Registration Fees Member Nonmember CPE Early Conference Registration Before June 30, 2009 US $1,295 US $1,495 18 Regular Conference Registration After June 30, 2009 US $1,395 US $1,595 18 Pre-conference Roundtable US $300 US $350 4 Pre-conference Workshop 1 US $400 US $450 8 Pre-conference Workshop 2 US $695 US $795 8 After August 21, 2009, you must register on-site at the Loews Coronado Bay during the event. Registration fees include continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks, Monday and Tuesday lunches, and Monday evening’s reception. Visit www.theiia.org/Solutions09 for the most current information and to register.

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