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Joe Oringel

Managing Director, Visual Risk IQ, North Carolina, USA
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Joe Oringel is a CPA and CIA with 20 years’ experience in internal auditing, fraud detection, and forensics, which includes more than 10 years of external audit, internal audit, and risk advisory work with Big Four companies. His corporate experience includes information security and internal auditing for large, global companies in highly regulated industries. In 2006 Oringel and his business partner Kim Jones started Visual Risk IQ, which helps large, complex organizations to take advantage of new technologies for continuous auditing and monitoring, visual reporting, and risk-focused data analysis. Oringel studied at Louisiana State University’s acclaimed Center for Internal Auditing, earning a BS in accounting, and he holds a MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Articles by this Author

  • Data-Driven Continuous Risk Assessment: How Internal Audit Keeps Pace with the Speed of Business
    by Joe Oringel
    Professional standards issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA)1 require that a documented risk assessment be undertaken at least annually. In practice, this risk assessment results in the identification and prioritization of risks and a response (i.e. an internal audit plan) to measure and mitigate these risks. This process is documented in a written internal audit plan for the organization. Figure 1 shows the steps in the internal...
  • Charting a Company-Specific Path Toward Continuous Auditing and Monitoring
    by Joe Oringel
    Continuous auditing has seemingly been the “next great thing” in internal audit for nearly 20 years. From its roots in embedded audit routines that would send notifications from IT systems to an auditor’s email box, to more modern software for continuous control monitoring or continuous transaction monitoring, continuous auditing has been as much about hype as reality. PricewaterhouseCoopers’ annual state of the internal audit profession surveys...

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