IIALouisville Large Text IIA Platnum Chapter

 

Meetings & Seminars as sponsored by the
Louisville Chapter of the IIA

Mark the following dates on your calendar for the monthly meeting of the Louisville Chapter of IIA. Meetings subject to change. Fees must be made using the Cvent registration system. The IIA Louisville Chapter no-longer accepts payment by cash or check.
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Date Meeting/Seminar Details CPE
Previous Meetings

Thursday, November 07, 2013

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Friday, November 08, 2013

Uncovering Fraud in Core Business Functions


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

When:
8:00 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 8:30 AM and ends at 4:30 PM.

Speaker:
William J. Nealon, CIA, CFE, MIS Training Institute

About the Event:
Core business functions offer abundant opportunities for undetected fraud. In this eye-opening, two-day seminar you will pinpoint the areas most prone to internal fraud and identify key indicators of potential crime. You will focus on preparing fraud risk assessments and integrating fraud detection into your audit program.

The course will cover the methodologies used by those who would do you harm and focus on the red flags that signal the need for an investigation. You will learn how to implement and develop audit procedures that will increase the likelihood of discovering fraud, including data mining. Throughout this seminar, case studies and class exercises will further illustrate how to integrate fraud detection into your audit program and reinforce proper fraud detection methodologies.

The MIS Training Institute charges $2,050 to attend their public seminar on the same topic which is for 24 CPE. Public seminars are not typically held in Louisville. This is a great price for top-tier, nationally-renowned training. To ensure we obtain the minimum amount of participation in this event, the chapter is offering tiered pricing to encourage early registration.

Location:
Indiana Wesleyan University - Louisville Campus
1500 Alliant Ave.
Louisville, KY 40299

About William J. Nealon, CIA, CFE:
William J. Nealon is a Senior Consultant for MIS Training Institute. A former Audit Manager for the New York State Comptroller’s Office, Mr. Nealon was responsible for identifying, planning, and overseeing financial, operational, and programmatic audits and studies in the Higher Education, Tax and Health areas of government. His experience includes audits of the State University of New York, the City University of New York, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance and the New York State Lottery. He was the on-site audit supervisor during the $1.5 billion construction of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza. During his career, Mr. Nealon was also the Chief Auditor of Refunds for New York State where he was responsible for the audit and approval of all personal and business tax refunds issued by the State.

A 30-year audit veteran, Mr. Nealon’s career includes extensive experience in planning and designing audits to detect fraud and identify poor controls that increase fraud opportunities. He was involved in fraud scenarios that resulted in convictions, and he is currently developing a college-level fraud audit course.

In addition, Mr. Nealon was an Adjunct Professor of Management at the Graduate College of Union University for 15 years, and an Adjunct Instructor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School of Management and Technology. He taught courses in accounting and auditing at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Mr. Nealon is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.


RSVP By Friday, November 01, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Monday, August 05, 2013

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Quality Assessment Review Training


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

When:
8:00 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 8:30 AM and ends at 5:00 PM.

About the Event:
This event is now CLOSED to new registrants.

The Louisville IIA Chapter is hosting an IIA sponsored Quality Assessment Review training on August 5 and 6 at Indiana Wesleyan Louisville East campus. The purpose of this training is to create a team of volunteers to perform external validations of interested Internal Audit departments self assessments in the area.

Participants will receive:

* 16 continuing professional education
* Become qualified to perform external validations
* A QAR external validation of their internal audit department (within 5 years). (Valued at ~$15,000 or more) - Offering a reduced fee if a participant wants the training ot be a validator, but not receive a validation for thier department. Must agree to perform at least one validation.
* New revised Quality Assessment Review Manual 7th edition (Valued at $215 member, $260 non member)
* Most recent International Professional Practices Framework Manual (Valued at $55 member; $75 nonmember)
* Additional training materials published by the IIA.

Participants will commit:

* To perform at least one QAR validation within the next 5 years.
* To perform a concurring review of at least one QAR validation in the next 5 years.

Qalifications:

* Must be a member of the IIA.
* Must possess a recognized certification, e.g. CIA, CPA, CISA or advanced degree.
* At least 3 years of internal audit experience or equivalent business experiance.
* Complete the most recent IIA Quality Assessment Review training sponsored by the Chapter or IIA.

Cost of the training is as follows:

$1,000 – If you are interested in receiving an external validation of your department. Additional team members that attend the training pay only $500.

$500 – If you want to volunteer to be a validator but not receive a validation of your IA department.


Feel free to contact Tim with any questions regarding this event.
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Social Media / Navigating Office Politics


Where:
Derby Museum @ Churchill Downs

When:
9:00 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 10:30 AM and ends at 12:45 PM.

About the Event:
Our final regular meeting of the 2012-2013 chapter year will be on May 16th. Please plan to attend this annual social event and take advantage of the opportunity to network with your local peers in an entertaining and relaxed atmosphere! The meeting will be at the Derby Museum in Louisville with Andrea Higgins and Amy Russell, with Nancy Schafer and Julie Scarborough from Robert Half Management Resources as the speaker. Meeting cost is $25 a person and will include two CPE credits, lunch meal, tickets to the races, and exhibit tour. The planned itinerary includes:

9:00 - 10:10 AM Self-Guided Exhibit Tour
10:10 - 10:30 AM The Greatest Race
10:30 - 12:45 PM Meeting and Lunch Events
12:45 thru afternoon Social Event During Live Racing


RSVP By Thursday, May 09, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Enterprise Risk Management


When:
7:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Charles T. Saunders, Jr., Ph.D., CIA, CCSA, Franklin University

About the Event:
The purpose of the ERM Seminar will be to provide participants with basic and advanced knowledge about ERM concepts and practical applications. This seminar is designed to be subject matter-driven while providing ample opportunity for student participation, information sharing, and discussion of issues and questions. Participants will experience mini-lectures, class discussions, and case study analyses.

Event Location:
KYCPA - Training Center


About Charles T. Saunders, Jr., Ph.D., CIA, CCSA:
Charles Saunders, MA, MBA, PhD, is Accounting Lead Faculty at Franklin University. He served as an adjunct instructor in the Accounting Program there since 2006. Charles specializes in teaching auditing, forensic accounting, and enterprise risk analysis and management (MS in Accounting program).


RSVP By Thursday, April 18, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Monday, April 22, 2013

CAE ROUNDTABLE Enterprise Risk Management


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
2:30 PM Registration, Meeting begins at 3:00 PM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Charles T. Saunders, Jr., Ph.D., CIA, CCSA, Franklin University

About the Event:
The purpose of the CAE Roundtable will be to facilitate the sharing of information and ideas about Enterprise Risk Management, especially the practical application of ERM tools and techniques. In this CAE Roundtable, Dr. Charles Saunders will facilitate a discussion of the current status of ERM applications within the organizations represented by the participants in the Roundtable. Dr. Saunders will present brief introductory remarks and will discern the specific interests of the participants related to ERM.

This event is for CAE only.

About Charles T. Saunders, Jr., Ph.D., CIA, CCSA:
Charles Saunders, MA, MBA, PhD, is Accounting Lead Faculty at Franklin University. He served as an adjunct instructor in the Accounting Program there since 2006. Charles specializes in teaching auditing, forensic accounting, and enterprise risk analysis and management (MS in Accounting program).


RSVP By Thursday, April 18, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

2

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Quality Assurance & Improvement Program: Audit Process versus Program: The difference... and why it matters!


Where:
Republic Bank - Springhurst
9600 Brownsboro Rd.
Louisville, KY 40241

When:
2:30 PM Registration, Meeting begins at 3:00 PM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Shannon Wiese, Honkamp Krueger
Carl Balderson, Honkamp Krueger

About the Event:
As newly proposed guidance brings greater reporting requirements for Quality Assurance and Improvement Programs (QA&IP), this session will deal with the often seen mistake of considering basic internal audit processes as working components of an audit activity's QA&IP. It will clear up confusion over what constitutes legitimate components of a successful QA&IP which actually provide performance measurement and monitoring that move IA activities down the Path to Quality.

Focus will be given to the prescribed framework in Practice Advisory 1311-2 which describes how a successful QA&IP should take into account 4 primary elements: stakeholder satisfaction, key audit process metrics, innovation, and capabilities. By exploring the intent of these 4 important elements, the presentation will show participants how to construct a workable, cost effective QA&IP that meets the conformity test of an external QA.

A Capabilities Maturity Model will be presented and discussed to emphasize the fact that the movement towards Best-In-Class in all areas covered by our Standards is a journey that requires planning, commitment and management support.

About Shannon Wiese:
Shannon is an accomplished Internal Audit professional with extensive experience working with some of the largest organizations in the world, including Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Walgreen Co. and Siemens. A majority of his career has been spent in quality oversight positions within various Internal Audit departments. Shannon began his career with Fortune 100 Allstate Insurance in the Internal Audit department, where he moved quickly into a leadership role and helped to refine their internal processes, including that of their internal quality assurance function. Over the past several years, he has worked in a consultancy role responsible for overseeing the activities of the Internal Audit function as well as providing guidance to senior management and Audit Committees. As a career Internal Audit professional, Shannon is very knowledgeable as to the practical application of the Standards and has participated in a number of Quality Assurance Reviews including Fortune 1000 organizations such as BMC Software, HCC Insurance Holdings, Inc., QVC, Inc., Union Pacific Corporation, etc.

Shannon has earned the credentials of Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP) and Certified Construction Auditor (CCA).


About Carl Balderson:
Carl has served in a variety of executive financial and operational positions including: Chief Audit Executive, Executive Audit Director, Audit Director & Manager of Financial, Contract & Operational Auditing. Carl has been involved in a number of quality assessment service engagements with a sample list of clients that includes NeighborWorks, BMC Software, Wisconsin Energy Corporation, Kentucky Utilities Company, Union Pacific, Northeast Utilities, Central Louisiana Electric Company, Salt River Project, and Saskpower. Carl’s career background includes the following:

Chaired The IIA International Committee on Quality from 2002 through 2006 (typically only a three-year term) for The IIA Headquarters after having served as a committee member for two years.

Assisted in the drafting of The IIA QAR Standards and the revised Quality Assessment Manual for The IIA Headquarters.

Directed staff of 31 people performing approximately 48,000 hours annually of financial, contract, operational, information systems, and environmental health and safety auditing and consulting in multiple locations while managing a budget of $3.9 million.

Carl earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration – Accounting from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Carl is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).


RSVP By Thursday, April 11, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Technology Risks for Today's Auditor


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Robert (Bob) Boyle, Texhnology Risk Management
Liam Randall, Giga Co.

About the Event:
This meeting will explore how technology has impacted today’s audit process and how auditors and audit approaches are changing. The presenters will discuss how to focus audits on new risks emerging daily. They will explore identifying these new risks, as well as the auditor’s role, and will demonstrate some of the cutting edge tools that are helping maintain security of networks and data in the future.

About Robert (Bob) Boyle:
Bob Boyle is President and CEO of Technology Risk Management LLC, a computer security and consulting firm specializing in assisting clients with addressing the risks related to technology. TRM services include IT auditing, PCI compliance, technology audit outsourcing, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, project management, FFIEC banking reviews, GLBA reviews, BSA reviews, SSAE 16 audits, vulnerability assessments, and security reviews. Prior to starting TRM in 2009, Bob was with PricewaterhouseCoopers for 24 years as Director of Global Risk Management Services and was a partner with Strothman Technology Solutions for 8 years. Bob is a founding member of the Louisville Chapter of ISACA and served on the ISACA International Board for several years. Bob is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Certified Computer Professional (CCP).


About Liam Randall:
Liam Randall is President of Giga Co, a network consulting firm specializing in network security and general computer consulting. Bob and Liam have worked together in an ongoing partnership since 2010. Liam has extensive experience in network security and infrastructure development. His knowledge of network security includes involvement in national teams developing many of the cutting edge technologies that are ultimately used by many of the nationally known security companies. Liam grew up in Louisville, but now resides in Cincinnati with his wife and two children. He has many professional certifications including Triton Systems, Microsoft, VMWare, Cisco, Linksys, APC, Tenable, Digium, Supermicro and Aastra.


Menu Selection:

1  Grilled Chicken & Spinach Salad - with roasted garlic, red onion, sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, goat cheese & balsamic Vinaigrette on the side.

2  Mideast Grilled Cheese - Flat bread stffed with spinach, green onions, mushrooms, Havarti cheese & pan-fried.

3  Theresa's Sweet Chili Linguini - pasta tossed with cream and Thai chili sauce topped with blackened chicken

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, April 04, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

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Friday, March 22, 2013

Fundamentals of IT Auditing for Non-IT Auditors and Enterprise Professionals


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

When:
7:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Albert J. Marcella Jr., Ph.D., CISA, CISM

About the Event:
This course will provide the attendee with an insight into the most critical and sensitive areas of an organization, areas which are increasingly being examined by an organization’s internal audit function. Internal controls and security are examined with an objective of gaining a better understanding of the audit concerns related to security and controlling an organization’s IT environment.

Participation in this course will provide a unique opportunity for an organization’s IT management, financial and operational auditors, and professional IT staff to become acquainted with the role and responsibilities of the organization’s IT audit professional.

Event Location:
KYCPA - Training Center


About Albert J. Marcella Jr., Ph.D., CISA, CISM:
Dr. Marcella is an internationally recognized public speaker, researcher, workshop and seminar leader with 35 years of experience in IT audit, security and assessing internal controls, and an author of numerous articles and 25 books on various IT, audit and security related subjects. He is president of Business Automation Consultants, LLC a global information technology and management-consulting firm providing information technology (IT) management consulting and IT audit and security reviews and training for an international clientele.


RSVP By Monday, March 18, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Data Quality Risk and Audit Considerations


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Atul Arora, Humana

About the Event:
Today’s organizations face an ever-evolving range of risks. New regulations and compliance requirements are forcing businesses to revisit their data management policies and practices. Businesses can no longer be complacent in the market place and data is no longer a by-product, rather an enterprise asset. The new model is LEAD or PERISH!

This session will provide a brief overview of data governance in a fast changing regulatory and competitive landscape. It will touch upon how an organization can prepare for unrelenting growth of data in many forms. Topics include:

Introduction to data governance and data quality
Data quality from risk perspective
Data stewardship
Jump start data governance within your organization

Audience/participant questions will be answered following the presentation.



About Atul Arora:
Atul Arora is an award-winning and accomplished professional with a proven record of quickly identifying operational inefficiencies and implementing sustainable system/process improvements. He has experience in the areas of data governance, auditing, management consulting, process quality, and information technology. He has held various leadership positions within healthcare, manufacturing, and technology industry groups.

Since joining Humana Audit Consulting in June 2010, Atul has focused on assessing and undertaking data quality improvement across the enterprise. In addition, he has played a key role in developing Humana’s enterprise data governance framework and establishing a functioning data stewardship program.

Atul graduated from the University of Louisville with a master in business administration. He is a certified Lean Six-Sigma Black Belt.



Menu Selection:

1  Chicken Salad Sandwich - breast meat mixed with almonds, raisins, & orange flavored mayonnaise on whole wheat. Served with chips.

2  Large House Salad - with mixed greens, cucumbers, shredded carrots & cabbage

3  Smoked Salmon & Portobello Pasta - smoked salmon & Portobello mushrooms tossed with penne pasta in a Parmesan cream sauce

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, March 07, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Cyber Attacks - Disrupting America


Where:
Republic Bank - Springhurst
9600 Brownsboro Rd.
Louisville, KY 40241

When:
3:00 PM Registration, Meeting begins at 3:30 PM and ends at 4:30 PM.

Speaker:
Special Agent Adam Keown, Federal Bureau of Investigation

About the Event:
When we think of America being attacked, our first thoughts are of attacks resulting in significant loss of life, such as Pearl Harbor and September 11th. The threat of those attacks are real and Special Agent Keown will provide an update on the organizations posing the biggest threats to America and her allies today. Today’s most alarming threat to America, however, is cyber terrorism. Government agencies, utilities, financial institutions, and American companies are regularly under attack and the threat is real. Hear from Special Agent Keown on today’s cyber threats and what we can do to prepare for and protect our organizations.

About Special Agent Adam Keown:
Special Agent Adam Keown has been with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for nine years. He has been assigned to Cyber Investigations, which includes terrorism, national security, criminal intrusion, child exploitation, and fraud. He was originally in the Washington Field Office and transferred to Louisville in 2010. Special Agent Keown was a computer scientist before starting his career with the FBI. He resides with his wife and three children just outside of Louisville.


RSVP By Thursday, February 14, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Counterfeit Detection, ID Theft and Network Intrusions


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Special Agent Jeffrey Ehringer, United States Secret Service

About the Event:
Special Agent Ehringer will be discussing how to detect counterfeit currency, current trends in identity theft compared to "old school" identity theft, how to protect yourself and your customers from identity theft, what to do when you suspect identity theft has occurred, and protecting your company/organization against electronic crimes.

About Special Agent Jeffrey Ehringer:
Special Agent Ehringer graduated in 1994 from Indiana University Bloomington with a B.A. in Criminal Justice. In 1993, prior to graduation, he started working for the Clark County, Indiana, Prosecutor’s Office as a Criminal Investigator. In 1997, he was appointed to the Clark Superior Court 2 (Drug Court) Probation Office as the Chief Probation Officer. In 1998, he accepted a position with the U.S. Secret Service and his first post of duty was in Chicago, where he conducted criminal investigations. In early 2003, he was assigned to the Presidential Protection Division, and in 2007, he was reassigned to the Criminal Investigative Division in headquarters, where he oversaw the Network Intrusion and Electronic Crimes Special Agent Program. In 2009, he was offered the opportunity to move home to the Louisville area.


Menu Selection:

1  BBQ Smoked Chicken Sandwich - Pulled Marksbury Farm local pasture raised smoked chicken along with our house made Maker's Mark Kentucky bourbon whiskey BBQ sauce piled on a gormet bun. Served with kettle chips.

2  Blackened Chicken Caesar Salad - Romaine lettuce tosed with our house made Caesar dressing topped with blackened chicken, Parmesan cheese & croutons.

3  Linguini Pietro - Linguini tossed with mushrooms, capers & sun-dried tomatoes in white wine & olive oil

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, February 07, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Ethics


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

When:
2:30 PM Registration, Meeting begins at 3:00 PM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Justin Alexander, PwC
Brad Haselton, PwC

About the Event:
Participants will learn about ethics and professional standards, ethical decision making (distinguishing between rules-based and values-based decision making), and explore a basic understanding of key elements and leading practices of effective ethics and compliance programs.

Event Location:
Indiana Wesleyan University
1500 Alliant Avenue
Louisville, KY 40299

The meeting will be in room 206. There is only one bulding. Walk in through the front doors and head straight back to the elevators. Go to the second floor, and find room 206.

About Justin Alexander:
Justin is a Manager in PwC's Assurance practice, based in Louisville, with experience providing financial statement audit services and audits of internal control to Fortune 500 and mid-size health care and insurance companies in accordance with PCAOB requirements and US GAAP. His audit experience includes SEC filings, insurance statutory audits and benefit plan audits. He also has assisted with public debt offerings, complex accounting issues and acquisition saccounting support. Justin has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Louisville, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants.


About Brad Haselton:
Brad is a Manager in PwC's Assurance practice located in the Louisville office. Brad has extensive experience in public accounting serving a broad spectrum of the Fortune 500 clients in the Louisville and Lexington markets. He has experience providing financial statement audits, insurance statutory audits, internal control audits, SEC filings, and multinational audits. Brad has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Kentucky, an MBA from the University of Louisville, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kentucky Society of Public Accountants.


RSVP By Thursday, January 10, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

2

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Value of Internal Audits in the Government Environment


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Libby Carlin, Assistant State Auditor

About the Event:
Value of Internal Audits in the Government Environment
The Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts audits or oversees more than 600 audits per year, including audits of local governments and state agencies, and also special examinations of school boards and special districts. These external audits and examinations provide a great lens by which we can view the need for a greater focus on internal controls in many organizations. We will spend time on the most common internal control weaknesses noted in entities audited by the APA, and what government financial managers can gain from an internal audit function.

About Libby Carlin:
Libby Carlin is a Certified Public Accountant, and began her state government career in 1997. Most of her state government experience has been with the Auditor of Public Accounts in positions including financial auditor, quality assurance auditor and financial audit manager. In addition to her current position as Assistant Auditor of Public Accounts, Libby also serves as executive director for the Office of Financial Audits. She is originally from Floyd County and graduated from Morehead State University with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration. Libby currently lives in Georgetown with her husband and their daughter.


Menu Selection:

1  Chef’s Salad - Turkey, ham, Swiss cheese, Cheddar cheese & bacon over fresh greens with hard-boiled egg, tomato, green onions, and cucumber.

2  Roasted Portobello Sandwich - Roasted Portobello Sandwich with roasted red peppers & hot pepper cheese. Served with chips

3  Theresa's Sweet Chili Linguini - pasta tossed with cream and Thai chili sauce topped with blackened chicken

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Monday, January 07, 2013
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Audit Strategy in State Government


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Crit Luallen, Auditor of Public Accounts

About the Event:
During this presentation, Ms. Luallen will relate experiences from her tenure as State Auditor that point to the need for all leaders to be accountable. She will also discuss hour here experiences in the public arena have helped define her perspective on the state's challenges and what it will take to solve them.

Following the meeting, please join us in celebration of our 65th anniversary. There will be a short commemoration with special guests and artifacts to celebrate our anniversary. Cake and refreshments will be provided.

About Crit Luallen:
After serving with six Governors and being elected twice to statewide office, Crit Luallen is known as one of Kentucky's most experience and respected public leaders. Ms. Luallen was elected the state's Auditor of Public Accounts in 2003 and re-elected in 2007. Prior to that, she served nearly seven years as Secretary of the Governor's Executive Cabinet, the highest appointed position in Kentucky state government. Her previous roles included State Budget Director, Secretary of Finance, Secretary of Tourism, and Commissioner of the Department of the Arts. Crit also served as President of the Greater Louisville Economic Development Partnership, a regional economic development agency. In 2009, she was named Public Official of the Year by Washington, D.C.-based magazine "Governing" for her positive impact on Kentucky government.

During her tenure as State Auditor, Ms. Luallen led her team to aggressively tackle fraud and abuse, leading to the prosecution of dozens of public officials. Her work also brough a new accountability to board-governed organizations across Kentucky after a series of high profile audits exposing mismanagement. Crit is a native of Frankfort, a graduate of Centre College where she serves on the Board of Trustees, and is married to Lynn Luallen.


Menu Selection:

1  Grilled Chicken & Spinach Salad - with roasted garlic, red onion, sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, goat cheese & balsamic Vinaigrette on the side.

2  Linguini with Clam Sauce - Linguini topped with a sauce of white wine, olive oil, chopped clam, fresh herbs & diced tomatoes

3  Thai Veggie Stir-fry - Peppers, onions, mushrooms & snow peas stir-fried & served over gormet rice

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, December 06, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

A Top Down & Bottom Up Strategic Approach to ERM


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Jennifer McCallister, Humana

About the Event:
Jennifer McCallister will present on this topic.

Menu Selection:

1  Cobb Salad - diced chicken, diced tomatoes, green onions, hard-boiled egg, fresh avocado, Danish blue cheese & bacon. Served with a side of Balsamic Vinaigrette.

2  Cuban Sandwich - sliced roasted pork loin & ham with a relish of pickles & mustard, topped with Swiss cheese & served warm on Cuban bread. Served with chips

3  Mediterranean Pasta - spinach, pine nuts, sun-dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives & Feta cheese tossed with penne pasta in olive oil & white wine.

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, November 08, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

1

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Emerging Fraud Trends and Detection Techniques


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

When:
2:30 PM Registration, Meeting begins at 3:00 PM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Speaker:
Barbara Lambert, Ernst & Young

About the Event:
Ms. Lambert will provide a high level overview of emerging trends in organizational fraud, waste and abuse. An audience/participant question and answer session will follow her presentation.

Event Location:
Central Bank
9300 Shelbyville Road, Suite 100
Louisville, KY 40222

About Barbara Lambert:
Barbara Lambert is a senior manager in Ernst & Young's Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services (FIDS) practice in Washington, DC. Ms. Lambert has over 11 years of experience performing complex accounting and fraud investigations, providing proactive assessment and diagnostic services, and assisting clients in responding to regulatory inquiries. She has been involved in fraud investigations and forensic accounting projects encompassing diversified manufacturing, health sciences, government defense contractor, telecommunications, diversified energy, diversified industrial and manufacturing, media and entertainment, professional services, and bankruptcy mediation.

Ms. Lambert has a Bachelor of Business Adminstration (High Distinction) with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Michigan Business School and Masters of Business Administration with a major in Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a licensed CPA in the State of Virginia and the District of Columbia, CFE and member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and a member of the American Institue of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).


RSVP By Thursday, October 11, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

2

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

IT Audit Overview


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
Mitch Greenfield, Humana
Scott MacArthur, Humana

About the Event:
In today's world, IT systems generate and run large parts of every business. How are the numbers that you use in an audit created? Were they changed? Are the formulas in the systems correct? The presentation will seek to cover the value of a good IT audit and why it can enhance your financial audit.

About Mitch Greenfield:
Mitchell Greenfield is currently an Information Security Architect for Humana Enterprise Information Security. He conducts ethical hacking and penetration testing for Humana, including business partners and acquisitions. Mitchell is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) and a Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA). He is currently the President for the Kentuckiana Chapter of ISACA and holds an MS in Information Systems and a BS in Informatics from Indiana University-Bloomington.


About Scott MacArthur:
Scott MacArthur is an Information Security Architect for Humana's Enterprise Information Security department. He is responsible for the management of the Assurance function which is chartered to assess IT risk across applications, networks and all acquisitions. In addition, Scorr is responsible for penetration testing and ethical hacking at Humana. Scott is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI), Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) and Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA). He is currently the Vice President of Memberhip for the Kentuckiana Chapter of ISACA and holds an MS in Information Systems from Indiana University-Bloomington.


Menu Selection:

1  Greek Salad - Romaine lettuce, diced tomatoes Kalamata olives, red onions & Feta cheese tossed in a Greek Vinaigrette

2  Pork Dijonnaise - Grilled pork loin topped with Dijon mustard sauce. Served with roasted fingerling potatoes & fresh vegetables.

3  Smoked Chicken Capellini Milanese - Marksbury Farm’s local pasture raised smoked chicken, tomato sauce, garlic, bell peppers, onions & fresh herbs served over capellini pasta.

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, October 04, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Root Cause Analysis


Where:
Bristol Bar & Grille
614 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

When:
11:30 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 12:00 PM and ends at 1:00 PM.

Speaker:
James Rose, Humana

About the Event:
Mr. Rose will provide an overview of some tools and concepts around discovering the root cause of identified audit issues. These insightful and real-world tips will help guide management on focusing mitigation strategies and resources on the true root cause.

About James Rose:
James Rose is the Vice President and Chief Audit Officer for Humana, a publicly traded health and wellness company. In addition to his chief audit executive role, Mr. Rose helped establish and currently leads the organization’s Enterprise Risk Management program including the implementation of an enterprise Governance, Risk, and Compliance technology platform.

James began his career as a Foreign Service Officer with the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Agency for International Development, reviewing foreign economic assistance programs in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia. He also worked as Director of Financial Audits with the Auditor of Public Accounts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and then as Director of Performance Audits, leading the effort to create the department that now conducts performance and operational reviews of state programs.

James currently serves as Vice-Chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditor’s International Professional Issues Committee which drafts the practice guidelines for the profession worldwide. He also serves on The Conference Board’s Strategic Risk Management Council. In addition, James recently began a three year term on the Audit Committee of the Rome, Italy based United Nations World Food Programmer.


Menu Selection:

1  Classic Caesar Salad - tossed in our house made Caesar dressing and topped with Parmesan Cheese & Croutons

2  Theresa's Sweet Chili Linguini - pasta tossed with cream and Thai chili sauce topped with blackened chicken

3  Tuna Salad Sandwich - albacore tuna, hard-boiled egg, sweet relish, celery, onions & mayonnaise on wheat bread, served with chips.

4  Turkey Sandwich - Turkey Sandwich Smoked turkey breast, Cheddar cheese, lettuce & tomato on toasted wheat bread (Packet of mayonnaise & mustard on the side) Served with chips.


RSVP By Thursday, September 06, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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Saturday, September 01, 2012

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Monday, October 29, 2012

2012-2013 Account Subscription


Where:
Please consult event detail or event contact for more information

About the Event:
You may now purchase a subscription to the IIA Louisville meetings. Purchase provides entry into all monthly and bi-monthly chapter meetings (9 lunch, 3 afternoon meetings) for a reduced cost. The standard meeting rate (not the discounted rate) is $25.00 for lunch meetings and $15 for afternoon meetings for a total of $270 if you attend each meeting. The member's subscription price is based on $20 for the lunches and $10 for the afternoon meetings giving a $60 saving. The non-member subscription rates offers a $20 discount off the total cost of the year's meetings. The subscription does not include seminars.

You will be prompted to select your meal options at time of registration; however, it will be possible to modify your meal options at a later date.

Times and dates for the meetings are subject to change and will be announced in advance. Should a meeting be canceled due to inclement weather, the IIA Louisville Chapter will make every attempt to reschedule or offer an additional meeting. If the Chapter is unable to reschedule the meeting, no refunds will be given.

The subscription may be transferred a maximum of one time to another member of the chapter only if it becomes impracticable for the registered to attend future meetings. To transfer a subscription, please contact Tim Brown at 502.627.4580 at least 10 days prior to the next monthly meeting. Transfers will not be allowed after March 2012 for this event.

RSVP By Thursday, November 01, 2012
Gretchen Wagner
gwagner1@humana.com

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