How internal audit can protect Intellectual Property - virtual classroom

DPAI
Totally absent on most internal audit plans, in a rapidly evolving digital environment, Intangible assets are now considered to be equally or even more strategically important than tangible assets. However, this is also true for the Intangible assets of competitors, suppliers and customers. Infringement of Intellectual Property rights can create considerable financial and reputational exposure for any business. A working knowledge of Intellectual Property (IP) is therefore key.

Participants

Senior internal auditors
Internal audit managers

Objectifs pédagogiques

Raise IP awareness
Acquire a working knowledge of IP
Learn how to incorporate this practical knowledge into individual audit approach.

Contenu

4 parts of 1h30 (6h) delivered from 15:00 to 16:30 CET on 4 days over 2 consecutive weeks : September 15, 17, 22 & 24 2020.

Protecting the organisation’s intellectual property
Respecting the intellectual assets of others

Documentation

Live session (Zoom)
Dates de la formation
Infos pratiques

DURÉE : 1 jour(s)

HORAIRES : 4 fois 15h - 16h30

LIEU : En ligne

NOMBRE DE PLACES : 12


TARIFS

Adhérents IFACI : 450 € HT

Non adhérents IFACI : 500 € HT