Risk Management: Internal Controls & Fraud Prevention - Part 2 Self-Study Webinar (1.5 Hours)


Many organizations have gone through extensive efforts to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley and other internal control regulations to ensure accuracy in their financial statements. But financial statement controls cover only a small area of risk and often ignore the far greater risks resulting from weak operational and other financial controls. In this self-study webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Define acceptable levels of risk and the accountant’s role in risk management
  • Identify fraud and other risk factors
  • Strengthen controls, limit risk and prevent fraud

This targeted self-study webinar will provide you with a firm grasp of the common financial and operational risks that still confront companies and what you need to do, beyond insuring against them, to manage those risks.

  • Defining risk and quantifying acceptable levels of risk
  • Determining the accountant’s responsibilities in risk management
  • Utilizing financial statements, key performance indicators and common accounting tools to control risk
  • Identifying ways to use key performance indicators to control risk

Recognize the characteristics all business cyber-attacks have in common

Recognize effective risk alignment strategies

Recognize specified statistics on recent cyber security incidents

Recognize the role of insurance in risk management programs

Recognize the cyber risks unique to employees working from home

Identify the expenses covered by specified cyber insurance policy coverage areas




No advance preparation required.

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