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IT Training For Auditors

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I am an internal auditor and part of my duties involve performing an Information Technology and Securities Audit. Do you know of any seminars or training courses that might help me gain a better understanding of IT. I have never had any type of formal training on this subject.
Answer: 

You might want to start with some self-education on the 'Net. The FFIEC site is the most resourceful site. The FFIEC site has the Examiner Handbook Parts I and II Community Financial Institution IT Examination Workprogram. The Regulatory Agencies have ample advisory letters that will assist with information about IT and Security Audits. Each Regulatory Agency Site has examiner handbooks for their individual work programs and procedures. Information Security Program Examiner Procedures have been developed and available at each web site. A tool I find handy is on the FDIC site under Regulations and Examinations, listed as "Technology Regulations and Publications for Financial Institutions".

First published on BankersOnline.com 2/4/02

First published on 02/04/2002

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