Failure to re-evaluate and assess anti-fraud controls could have damaging effects on your organization. In this course, you will discover how to evaluate and test your anti-fraud controls on an ongoing basis.
This course reviews the types of controls, the control environment and the limitations inherent to controls. It also discusses the use of risk-based concepts and processes to evaluate controls. Finally, the course explores common fraud schemes and the preventive controls used to mitigate them.
Types of controls
Processes and models for evaluating controls
Suggestions for how often you should evaluate anti-fraud controls
Limitations inherent to controls
Ways to access controls
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Table of Contents:
Lesson 1: Why Evaluate Anti-Fraud Controls?
Lesson 2: The Control Environment
Lesson 3: Assessing Risks and Evaluating Controls
Lesson 4: Evaluating Controls Using the Comprehensive Assessment Method
Lesson 5: Conducting Control Self-Assessments
Lesson 6: Implementing a Control Self-Assessment Program
Lesson 7: Planning for Testing
Lesson 8: Testing Anti-Fraud Controls
Lesson 9: Identifying and Addressing Control Deficiencies
Lesson 10: Communicating Results of the Evaluation
Lesson 11: Obtaining Continuous Assurance
You Will Learn How To:
Identify how evaluating and testing anti-fraud controls contribute to an effective control environment
Recall various components of anti-fraud controls
Recognize techniques used to evaluate and test anti-fraud controls
Identify and communicate internal control deficiencies
Field of Study: Auditing
Last updated: April 2017
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