Auditing, just like technology, is evolving. Once an exclusively on-site exercise, be it a face-to-face
meeting with an auditee, having a coffee in the boardroom with a senior manager and discussing context and leadership, or having a site tour of the facilities with a member of the operational team, audits can now be carried out remotely using information communication technology. Due to the travel restrictions and obligation to work from home related to the COVID-19 pandemic remote auditing was not an option anymore but became a necessity.
This webinar launched our publication, Guidance on remote auditing for the use of Internal Auditors.
- What is remote auditing
- How to assess whether or not an audit is suitable to be conducted remotely
- What are the main tools available
- Best practices in remote auditing
- Risks and opportunities when implementing remote auditing
Luka Varenina | Member of the Internal Audit Service of the European Commission
John Bendermacher | CAE at Euroclear and ECIIA Board member