21 June 2022 | Online

Conference Programme

Tuesday 21 June 2022

8.55am – 9.10am

Mihi whakatau and opening remarks

9.10am – 10.10am

Keynote Speaker:

Sir Ian Taylor

10.10am – 10.25am

Break

10.25am – 11.25am

  • Cyber Stream

    Nyuk Loong Kiw, Head of Security, Spark New Zealand

    Becoming Proficient at Cyber Security: A crash course for internal auditors

    Join Kiw for his view on why organisations are not securing themselves, what approaches should be adopted to defend against emerging threats, and see real-life examples of how partnering with internal audit achieves better security outcomes.

  • Sustainability/ESG Stream

    Gary Shaw, Social Impact Manager, KMD Brands

    Modern Slavery


    Former detective and human rights investigator, Gary Shaw, will give his unique perspective on addressing modern slavery in business and those factors that facilitate positive social, cultural and economic transformation.

  • People Stream

    Nikki Evans, Founder & Coach, Mind Health School

    How to manage your mental and emotional health in the new world


    How have you been managing your mental and emotional health over the last few years? How about your team? Join Nikki for a practical, inclusive session to ensure you are at your best to thrive.


11.25am – 11.35am

Break

11.35am – 12.15pm

  • Cyber Stream

    Jamie Bruin and Aidan Roberts - Senior Security Consultants, Deloitte

    Deloitte presents...Cyber Incident Response through an interactive simulation

    With experience supporting some of New Zealand's largest public and private organisations, Aidan and Jamie, will be running an interactive Cyber Incident Response simulation to walk you through the steps and elements involved in a Cyber Incident Response.

  • Sustainability/ESG Stream

    Monika Wakeman, Director, Risk Advisory, Deloitte

    Where is ESG on the Internal Audit Programme?


    With the question 'where is ESG on the Internal Audit Programme?' guiding this session, Monika will unpack ESG and discuss key areas of consideration for risk management and internal audit. This is a session with take-aways to apply to your audit planning.

  • People Stream

    Kavita Khanna, Executive Leader, People + Workplace, Tonkin & Taylor and HRNZ Board member

    Internal Audit and the world of talent


    Passionate about the role of the organisation in society and with the belief we are overdue a rethink about the world of work, Kavita will discuss the world of talent post-COVID and what it means for the future of work; how she see internal audit helping organisations navigate through these interesting times, and what you may want to consider within your toolkits to create the edge and get future-fit.

12.15pm – 12.55pm

Lunch

12.55pm – 1.55pm

Panel: Heads of Audit

Meena Patel, Head of National Risk and Assurance, Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Emma O'Keefe, General Manager, Assurance, Xero Limited

Myles Perry, Head of Risk and Assurance, Public Trust

James Jong, Chief Internal Auditor, Ministry of Education, and Public Sector Head of Profession - Internal Audit and Risk Assurance

1.55pm – 2.05pm

Break

2.05pm – 2.20pm

IIA NZ Awards Programme Presentation

2.20pm – 2.50pm

A New Zealand Economic Outlook:

Miles Workman, Senior Economist, ANZ

What is the economic outlook for New Zealand?
Miles will discuss how the economy is expected to hold up in the face of rising interest rates, falling house prices, high inflation, and the many other factors adding uncertainty to the outlook.


2.50pm – 3.00Pm

Break

3.00pm – 4.00pm

Keynote Speaker:

Kirk Hope, Chief Executive, BusinessNZ

4.00pm – 4.10pm

Close of Conference


 

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