Advanced Technologies

Stay informed of the advanced technologies and trends disrupting the accounting profession: cloud computing, cybersecurity, data governance, automated tools and techniques, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies.

cybersecurityCybersecurity and cloud computing

With digitalization, cybersecurity and cloud computing are critical to creating and protecting organizational value. Learn how to stay ahead of cyber security threats and best utilize cloud computing at your organization. 

blue numbers in a wave patternData analytics and data governance

Data is at the core of digital transformation. Entities with strong data governance can employ quality data to make value-driven decisions. Learn more about good data governance, performing data analytics and how data analytics is enhancing the audit process.

Bitcoin symbolsBlockchain and cryptocurrencies

The use of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies is on the rise. Learn more about how these technologies are changing transactions amongst entities and their implications to financial reporting, regulation, and internal controls at organizations.

woman writing notes in front of her computerAutomated tools and techniques

The availability of sophisticated technologies has facilitated the use of advanced technologies in the audit process. Learn how the appropriate use of automated tools and techniques (ATT) can enhance audit quality and help auditors perform audit procedures.

CPA Ontario training on technology

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