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SNIA 2014



Tema :


Wealth and Social Welfare Creating Function



  1. Wealth Creating
  • Melipatgandakan kekayaan
  • Menciptakan keuntungan


  1. Social Welfare Creating
  • Kesejahteraan dan Kemakmuran Organisasi
  • Kesejahteraan dan Kemakmuran Pegawai
  • Kesejahteraan dan Kemakmuran Lingkungan (Corporate Social Responsibility)


  1. Melalui Evaluasi dan Peningkatan Efektivitas
  • Risk Management
  • Internal Control
  • Good Corporate Governance
  • Anti Fraud
  • Process Audit
  • Tools of Internal Audit
  • Relevan Other Case



  1. 2011 Yellow Book An Overview of Major Changes
  2. 2011Yellow Book Foundation, Ethics, and Other Standards
  3. An Interactive Forum for CAEs Improving the Quality of Your Audit Shops
  4. COMPARISONS— Updated Red book and Yellow book Standards 2011 versions
  5. CS_1-1.Seven Sins and Ways to Overcome Them
  6. CS_1-2.Model Validation – New & Improved Model Risk Management
  7. CS_1-3_2012 Internal Audit Capabilities and Needs
  8. CS_1-4.Measuring the Ethical Environment of Your Organization
  9. CS_1-5. How to Add Value Now and In the Future
  10. CS 1-6 Assurance Mapping – Meeting Stakeholder Expectations For Assurance It Takes a Village
  11. CS_1-7. Delivering Assurance Based on ISO 31000 Risk Management
  12. CS_1-9_Personal Development – Branding Strategies and How to Stand Out From The Crowd
  13. CS_1-10. Internal Auditor Independence in the Public Sector
  14. CS_2-1. Cultivating World-class Audit Committee Relationships
  15. CS_2-2 How to Audit Derivatives
  16. CS_2-3. COSO Updated Internal Control Framework
  17. CS_2-5 Addressing the Biggest Challenges of the Small Audit Departments
  18. CS_2-6 Cyber Security Where do we go from here
  19. CS_2-7 Components of a Strong GRC Environment
  20. CS_2-8 Tools for Operational Auditing
  21. CS_2-10 A global perspective on optimizing the internal audit function
  22. CS_2-10 A global perspective on optimizing the internal audit function PART II
  23. CS_3-1 Meeting Management’s Expectations and Adding Value to the Organization
  24. CS_3-2 The Evolving Regulatory Landscape
  25. CS_3-3 The Sovereign Debt Crisis
  26. CS_3-5 Being Relevant – A CAE’s Greatest Challenge
  27. CS_3-7 Management Wants to Accept The Risk What’s an Internal Auditor to Do
  28. CS_3-8 Combined Assurance Putting Theory into Practice
  29. CS_3-9 Keys to Assesing the Power of Relationship to Build High Performance Audit Teams
  30. CS_3-10 Internal Audit Strategic Catalyst Behind Achieving Compliance
  31. CS 4-1 How to Effectively Incorporate Continuous Auditing into the Audit Plan
  32. CS_4-2 Insurance Industry Fraud Awareness
  33. CS_4-4_Compliance with Global Anti-Corruption Laws
  34. CS_4-5.Biggest Mistakes Small Shops Make
  35. CS_4-6.Using Scoring Technology to Detect Errors and Fraud
  36. CS_4-7. Are Internal Auditors Rock Stars or Just Talk Star
  37. CS_4-8. How to make the Audit Process more Effective and Efficient
  40. CS_5-1_PDF_Transforming an Underperforming Audit Group
  41. CS_5-2_PDF_Dodd Frank and the Impact on Internal Audit
  42. CS_5-3 Auditing Social Media Why and How
  43. CS_5-4 Does the gender-mix in the workplace have a potential influence on corruption
  44. CS_5-5 Managing a Quality Audit Function without Increasing Cost
  45. CS_5-6.Security and Management of Smart Devices
  46. CS_5-7 Demystifying Enterprise Risk Management
  47. CS_5-8 Finding Fraud, Waste and Abuse Forensics with Excel!!
  48. CS_5-9.Trends Shaping the Hiring Environment
  50. CS_6-1.Managing a Global Audit Department and Elevating the Role of Internal Audit
  51. CS_6-2.360 Degrees of ERM Risk Appetite Perspectives from All Sides
  52. CS_6-7.Standard 2100 Are you Systematic and Disciplined
  53. CS_6-9.Continuous Auditing It’s Not Rocket Science
  54. CS_7-1.Assuring the Audit Committee of Internal Audit’s Quality
  55. CS_7-2_Internal audit perspectives on Solvency II
  56. CS_7-3_Auditing the Cloud – CAE Overview Implementing the next generation best practices
  57. CS_7-4.Behavioral Profiles of the White Collar Criminal
  58. CS_7-5.Strategies for Managing the Small Audit Shop
  59. CS_7-6.Digital Evidence Legal, management and technical issues
  60. CS_7-7.Three Key Points Improving Risk Agility
  61. CS_7-8. Proven Tools for Evaluating
  62. CS_7-9.Crucial Communication Tools When the Stakes are High
  63. CS_7-10. Auditing 2.0 and Beyond
  64. Emerging Issues in Financial Services
  65. GS_4_Leadership The Hardest Decisions
  66. CREATING A CULTURE OF COURAGE The New Leadership Challenge
  68. Key Topics for the Future of Financial Institution Compliance
  69. Public Sector Forum
  70. Quality Assurance and Improvement Programs
  71. Revolutionizing Internal Auditing – Naked_Leadership.original.
  72. Social Media 101 Let’s Get Engaged!
  74. Value Proposition External Quality Assessments



  1. 1A National greehouse& energy reporting (NGER) demystified
  2. 1B Demystifying risk appetite
  3. 1C Developing your emotional intelligence (EQ)
  4. 1E Governance, risk and controls (GRC) – internal audit driv
  5. 2A What the workplace harmonisation laws mean for you
  6. 2B Disaster recovery – Queensland floods case study
  7. 2C Managing the recruitment lifecycle
  8. 2D Risk based capital – Basel III impacts
  9. 3A Auditing emerging HR risk
  10. 3B International compliance – meeting the challenge of cross
  11. 3C & 4C Presentation skills – talking the talk
  12. 3D Blurred vision – the new paradigm for the 3 lines of assu
  13. 4A Planning the audit scope – the fundamentals
  14. 4E Horizon auditing – scenerio planning for black swans
  15. Keynote2 Economic update – from global to local
  16. Keynote3 Enhancing the value of internal auditing
  17. 5A Auditing websites – protecting your frontline
  18. 5B The tail that wagged the dog – getting management accepta
  19. 5C & 6C Critical questioning and investigation techniques
  20. 5D Staying airworthy with smart program management strategie
  21. 5F IIA Australia journal – overcoming the pitfalls of bias
  22. 6A Understanding and managing spreadsheet risk
  23. 6B Privacy – how far can you delve
  24. 6D Outsourcing government services – does it remove the risk
  25. 6E Protection against emerging risks in IT
  26. 6F IIA Australia and Protiviti audit committee benchmarking
  27. 7A Gorilla in the midth – fraud detection techniques
  28. 7B Social media in the workplace – developing a practical wo
  29. 7C & 8C Root cause analysis – not just reporting the problem
  30. 7D Building robust governance frameworks and controls for th
  31. 7E Is the strategic planning process adequate and effective
  32. 7F Research Foundation and Deloitte insight study – deliveri
  33. 8A LinkedIn topic – health checking your internal audit func
  34. 8B Continuous assurance – providing value and providing comf
  35. 8F IIA Australia journal – the ABC of a professional audit p
  36. 9A Project auditing – experiences from the field
  37. 9B Supply chain reviews – reducing risk, increasing efficien
  38. 9D Building the annual audit plan in a small audit shop
  39. 9E Lean auditing – smarter auditing
  40. 10B What is the value of internal audit
  41. 10D Resourcing the small audit shop
  42. 10E Audit committees – the new game plan after Centro



  1. Armand Lumens – Emerging Risks
  2. C S 3.2 Arend de Jong – The Evolution of Internal Audit in Air France KLM
  3. CS 2.1 HannesSchuh – The internal audit service as a companion of
  4. CS 2.2 Christian van Nedervelde – Combining talents of Internal Auditors and Risks
  5. CS 2.2 PavelViktorov – Raising Corporate Organizational Maturity and Evolution of the Internal Audit Role
  6. CS 2.4 – Arnout van der Veer – Past, Present and Future of Risk Management
  7. CS 5.2 Bernd Schartmann – How to pass the war for talent
  8. CS 5.4 John Ramsen-Knowles – ING Audit Approach on Human Capital related Risk
  9. Finn Frisch – Access Management for the Cloud
  10. Ian Pickering – How can Internal Audit help to address the top
  11. Keith Blacker – Can Your Board Cope with Risk
  12. Keynote 1 Carolyn Dittmeier – Trends in EU Corporate Governance The Search
  13. Keynote 2 Phil Tarling – Say It Right
  14. Keynote 3 Jaap Winter – The Limits of Control
  15. Keynote 4 – Richard Chambers – How Reliable
  16. Laurent Arnaudo – Auditing compliance with international labor
  17. Marc Eulerich – The organization of IA and Corporate Governance
  18. Marc Pickeur – The internal audit function in banks
  19. Marie-Helene Laimey – Panel Discussion
  20. Martin Robinson – Fraud Advisory Panel
  21. Matthias Kopetzky – Research Project Gender & Corruption
  22. Roger Barker – Explaining European Corporate Governance
  23. SlavkoRakocevic – Internal Audit and the Compliance Function
  24. Vincent Moolenaar – Enhancing the relevance of internal auditing






  1. GS1: “Say it Right”
  2. “Fraud Detection Techniques”
  3. “Social Media Risk Management”
  4. “Black Hole of Assurance- Is your Board/Audit Committee Aware of the Black Swans”
  5. “Mapping out the New Risk Landscape”
    “Can Combined Assurance Really Work?”
  6. GS2: “Human Risk Assessment for the Best Corporate Governance”
  7. “Internal Auditing and Fraud”
  8. “Latest Development in IT Risks and Controls”
  9. “Internal Audit: Enhancing the organization’s GRC Capability”
  10. “Bless the Couple: Internal Audit weds ERM”
  11. “Implementing Continuous Controls Monitoring”
  12. GS3: “A Strong Ethical Compass: Essential for Internal Auditing”
  13. “Corporate Governance and GRC”
  14. “Risk based internal auditing – what we all do or a much-misunderstood aspiration?”
  15. “Continuous Auditing”
  16. GS5: “Auditing BCP and Disaster Recovery”
  17. GS6: “Internal Audit’s evolving and future mission”
Concurrent Sessions – ACIIA Bangkok Conference 2012
Track A : Fraud Detection & Prevention
A1 Fraud Detection Techniques Robert Cockerell
A2 Internal Auditing and Fraud SivaraksPhinicharomna
A3 Developing and Implementing a Fraud Risk Assurance Map Ranjit Singh
A4 Proven Practical Tools for Finding Fraud, Waste and Abuse (Objectively) …Forensics using Excel Amanda Wall
Track B : Information Technology
B1 Social Media Risk Management UantchernLoh
B2 Latest Development in IT Risks and Controls Frank Yam
B3 ISF’s Threat Horizon 2013 : Evaluating Future IT & Information Security Trends & Threats and impact on your organization PrinyaHom-anek
B4 How IT auditors can stay current on the latest technology trends VilaipornTaweellappontong
Track C : CG & GRC
C1 Black Hole of Assurance- Is your Board/Audit Committee Aware of the Black Swans Wee Hock Kee
C2 Internal Audit: Enhancing the organization’s GRC Capability Dr. SuphamitTechamontrikul and Mr. WeerapongKrisadawat
C3 Corporate Governance in Australia Neville Moo
C4 Corporate Governance and GRC NittayaDireksataporn
Track D : Risk Management
D1 Mapping out the New Risk Landscape VaruneePridanonda
D2 Bless the Couple: Internal Audit weds ERM Narendra Kumar Aneja
D3 Strategic Audit Point Chu
D4 Risk based internal auditing – what we all do or a much-misunderstood aspiration Jackie Cain
Track E : IA Skills and Capabilities
E1 Can Combined Assurance Really Work? Mary Jane Rosales
E2 Implementing Continuous Controls Monitoring Bob McDonald
E3 Courageous Auditing , A Perspective Helen De Guzman
E4 Continuous Auditing HoonYoo












  1. Say It Right!
  2. Rising Potential
  3. Governance, Lies And Videotapes – The Internal Audit Perspective
  4. Barefoot Leadership: The Art And Heart Of Going That Extra Mile
  5. Auditing Organisational Strategy – How To Increase The Influence, Relevance And Value Of Internal Audit
  6. Embracing A Practical Enterprise Risk Management Approach
  7. IT Auditor – To Be Or Not To Be
  8. Enhancing Internal Audit’s (Ia’s) Value
  9. IA – Are We In A State Of Flux?
  10. Grc – Beyond Control…
  11. IT Security: Are Your Critical

Business Operations Protected Against

The Rapidly Changing It Security Risks?!

  1. Women Leading The Way
  2. Shariah Audit Approach And Considerations
  3. Turn Risks & Opportunities Into Results
  4. eDiscovery And Emerging Trends In Electronic Evidence
  5. Leadership In Innovation: The Road Rarely Taken




  1. 1A – IPPF Update
  2. 1B – Auditing social media – the practicalities
  3. 1C Managing risk registers – Getting hidden risk on the radar
  4. 1D Trust – The foundation of internal audit’s success
  5. 1E Internal audit and organisational strategy – Increasing the influence, relevance and value of internal audit
  6. 1F Commission of Audit – The value of the process
  7. 2A Internal audit professional issues hot spot
  8. 2B Energy matters – Auditing energy efficiency
  9. 2C So what if you run exceptions – How to get the most out of data analytics
  10. 2D The “conversation” – Working effectively with your Audit Committee
  11. 2E Hidden value – The role of intangible assets and investment decisions
  12. 2F Corporate governance expectations – From the boardroom to the shareholder
  13. Keeping up with consumers, change and risk – The e-volution of market delivery channels
  14. 3A The Profession’s demands of the CAE
  15. 3B Evaluating the management of risk in procurement
  16. 3C The holistic auditor – Building capability using the Integral Framework
  17. 3D Building effective relationships for internal auditors
  18. 3E Managing risk in a changing environment
  19. 3F NFP Reforms – Changing the internal audit game plan
  20. 4A Optimising Public Sector Audit Activities – Centrelink case study
  21. 4B Don’t press that button! What you should look for before sending commercial communications – Is your house in order?
  22. 4C Assurance mapping and accountability
  23. 4D Building effective internal audit teams
  24. 4E Fatigue management – The emerging business risk
  25. 4F The employment market – Are you positioning yourself for success?
  26. The economic outlook – Looking beyond the numbers
  27. The business of risk – Setting the risk appetite
  28. 5A GTAG 17 – Auditing IT Governance
  29. 5B The internal auditor as the performance auditor
  30. 5C Dashboard audit reporting – Making internal audit more visible
  31. 5D Dealing with conflict
  32. 5E Managing knowledge and IP risk
  33. 5F Managing offshore and outsourced business operations risk
  34. 6A Understanding the role of internal audit in coordinating assurance and risk management
  35. 6B Auditing JVs and business partnerships
  36. 6C Optimising your audit methodology using smart audit management solutions
  37. 6D The hard sell – Getting your message across with confidence
  38. 6E Corruption culture – Understanding the control avoidance mindset
  39. 6F WHS exposure – Frontline to the boardroom
  40. Internal audit – “Saying it right”
  41. 7A Value, maturity and quality – Assessing your internal audit shop
  42. 7B Putting a measure on intangibles – Auditing culture and soft controls
  43. 7C Forensic auditing – Diving into the hidden details
  44. 7D Group think challenge – Why smart people make wrong decisions
  45. 7E IT Projects – Manoeuvring towards success
  46. 7F APRA update – Covering your prudential risks
  47. 8A Evaluating Ethics Practice Guide – Why, what and how
  48. 8B Large projects and infrastructure management – The role of internal audit
  49. 8C Internal audit follow-ups with actionable auditing
  50. 8D Strategic thinking – Problem solving
  51. 8E Clearing the air on going to the cloud
  52. 8F The Asian Century – Risks and opportunities
  53. The next big thing – What will change the way we work?
  54. The new world order of social ethics
  55. 9A IIA-Australia and Protiviti Internal Audit Benchmarking Survey
  56. 9B Auditing BYOD Risks
  57. 9C Value protection and value creation through internal audit
  58. 9D Next generation internal auditors
  59. 9E Undertaking core systems and process reviews
  60. 9F Developing trends in financial crime
  61. 10A IIA-Australia Journal – Article presentation
  62. 10B Auditing quality within organisations
  63. 10C ‘Guest Auditors’ – Building internal audit’s credibility
  64. 10D Internal audit leadership
  65. 10E Keeping executives and board directors out of jail – Legal ramification of non-compliance
  66. 10F Harmonising integrated risk management in a regulatory environment (TEQSA case study)
  67. Remembering to bring your brain on your next audit assignment







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