Training Agenda and Registration

SOC Reports & Ethics Training Day

August 12, 2022

8:30 am – 12:10 pm E.T.

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At the end of the session, you will be able to:

System and Organization Control (SOC) Reports

  • Identify the different types of SOC reports available in the marketplace
  • Discuss what is driving SOC report demand and importance
  • Identify what SOC reports address and what they don’t address
  • Describe how to read and interpret SOC reports effectively – in laymen’s terms!
  • Identify how an organization becomes SOC “certified”

Behavioral Ethics

  • Identify key steps in becoming the best ethical version of yourself
  • Recognize the distinction between ethical intentions and ethical behaviors
  • Recognize the different ethical dimensions related to tangible versus abstract matters
  • Describe how behavioral ethics considerations apply to real-world examples

Schedule

8:30 – 8:35 a.m.  Welcome, housekeeping, including CPE info on how to obtain GIB credits, Introductions

8:35 – 10:15 a.m.SOC Reports

Instructed by Craig Allen & Heather Bearfield

System and Organization Control Reports known by most as SOC reports! By the end of this important discussion, you will know what SOC reports are, the reasons why they exist in the first place, and how they can used as a vital tool for managers, auditors, and compliance professionals.

10:15 – 10:30 a.m. – Break

10:30 – 12:10 p.m. – Behavioral Ethics

Instructed by Joy Fisher & Kim Boyle

In this program, we will focus on behavioral ethics, which is a critical part of our decision-making processes and actions, both personally and professionally.  We will consider the journey to becoming the best ethical versions of ourselves, including the periodic course corrections that may be needed along the way.  We will also explore the ethical aspects of the tangible versus the abstract.  Finally, we will discuss real-world examples of unethical behaviors to aid in the consideration of ethical quandaries and the consequences of making unethical decisions.


Who should attend this program: Accounting and business professionals

CPE

Prerequisites: None          
Program level: Overview
Advance preparation: None
Delivery method: Group Internet Based

Recommended CPE: 4 credits (2 Credits Auditing (Governmental), 2 Credits

Behavioral Ethics

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