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Tax & AccountingFinanceComplianceApril 23, 2020

A practical guide to auditing remotely

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we work, possibly forever. Before the virus spread across the world, many organizations never considered the possibility of having to enable remote work for their entire staff for an extended amount of time.

As auditors, we are also impacted by this situation. Our work is often very different from that of typical departments. We spend our time split between interviewing, testing, and documenting. Interviewing requires face-to-face meetings, testing often involves reviewing confidential information, and documentation could require us to be on our organization’s network.

With these challenges, and many more, how can we effectively conduct our audits remotely?

Download the report to learn more.

Toby DeRoche - Senior Market Development Consultant
Manager, Solutions Consulting
Toby is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) who holds an MBA with an Internal Audit specialization from Louisiana State University. He is also certified in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA), Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), Internal Control (CICA), and Fraud Examination (CFE).