Soup to Nuts: The Fraud Risk Assessment Process
Date : 14 January 2019
Time : 12 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 120 Minutes

Danny M. Goldberg is a well-known speaker on internal auditing and People-Centric Skills. Danny co-authored People-Centric© Skills: Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Internal Auditors, via Wiley Publications. This is the first book published specifically to address the wide-ranging topic of communication skills for internal auditors. It has been offered through the IIA and ISACA bookstores since July 2015 and has sold over 3,000 copies (through April 2018).

Danny has over 21 years of professional experience, including five years leading/building internal audit functions. Danny was named as one of the Fort Worth Business Press 40 Under 40 for 2014.  Danny is also accredited as the Professional Commentator of the Bureau of National Affairs - Internal Audit: Fundamental Principles and Best Practices (Professional Commentator). This book was authored by renowned audit scholars Curtis C. Verschoor and Mort A. Dittenhofer – co-author of Sawyer’s Internal Auditing.

Mr. Goldberg has been recognized as a top speaker at numerous events over the past five years, including

  • Top Rated Speaker, 2016 IIA/ISACA GRC Conference
  • Top Rated Speaker, 2016 ISACA CACS Conference
  • 3rd Ranked Speaker, 2015 IIA All-Star Conference
  • One of the Top-Rated Sessions, 2015 IIA GAM Conference
  • 3rd and 10th rated speaker – 2014 and 2015 ISACA CACS
  • One of the Top-Rated Speakers, 2014 IIA All-Star Conference
  • 4th rated speaker – 2014 IIA All-Star Conference 

Mr. Goldberg is a very active member of the Institute of Internal Auditors, both at a local and national level.  Leadership roles include 

  • Current IIA Dallas Chapter Board Member (2017-2021)
  • Former IIA Fort Worth Chapter Board Member (2014-17)
  • Current IIA Dallas and Fort Worth Chapter Programs Committee Co-Chair (for the past five years)
  • Member of the IIA North America Learning Solutions Committee, 2014

The FRA is an important aspect to any anti-fraud program. It is the foundation to build upon for fraud prevention in an organization. This two-hour course will take attendees through the basics of building a fraud risk assessment, how to build a library of potential risks, appropriately weighting risks and utilizing the FRA to build a successful anti-fraud program in any organization.

  1. Introduction and Background
  2. FRA Overview
  3. How does the FRA Compare to the Other Prominent Risk Assessments?
  4. Step-by-Step – Creating an FRA
  5. Risk Responses
  6. Risk Monitoring
  7. Summary and Wrap-Up

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the fraud assessment process and the role it can play in an organization
  • Identifying your fraud library through brainstorming and interviewing
  • Building an effective fraud risk assessment
  • Understanding effective fraud risk responses

Who Should Attend

Auditors who would like to further understand the fraud risk assessment process (NASBA Field of Study: Auditing).

  • $200.00