1st defense line

Operational management, internal controls (managerial controls, built-in controls, procurement, accounting, control monitoring)  

1. Internal controls in operational level

Zoltán WERLE - Sándor PAP (Hungarian Railways): Operations in internal control  on operational management level
Andrea TORZSA (Hungarian Highways): Building in approval points into the procurement process of a state owned company

2. Management support systems

János IVANYOS (Trusted.hu): Governance Capability - The Managers' View on Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Control
Dénes DOSZPOD (Management consultant): Management ethics

3. Role of management in internal control system

Blumné Erika BÁN – Csaba ILYÉS (BBS): Innovation of controlling system and its effect on internal audit
dr. János BENKŐ (State Audit Office): Integrity-project

4. Control self-assessment

Dániel TAKÁCS (Citibank): Self-assesment and leader’s controlling
Silvia MARUSINCOVA (IIA Slovakia): Self assessment methodology

2nd defense line

Risk management, compliance, fraud management,      controlling, quality assurance 

1. Compliance issues

István NASZÓDI (Compliance Expert): Compliance as the second defence line. Trends, actualities
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Zsuzsa EIFERT (Hungarian Telekom): Assurance and increase of control-consciousness in the organisation with the help of compliance

2. Risk management

Attila KÖVESDI ( CIB Bank): Connections between risk management and internal audit
Gergely BÍRÓ (IT Secure Kft.): IT risk management

3. Fraud investigation methodology

Zoltán PINTÉR (Ernst&Young): Fraud management
Attila FEJÉREGYHÁZI (PWC): Risk and prevention of felling a victim – Internal Audit in action

4. Audit management tools, solutions

Emmanuel FONDEVILLE (France, Group Auchan KPI): A new software tool to boost our Internal Controls
Árpád SOLTI (Hyperteam): Best practise IT solutions for supporting the defense lines

3rd defense line

External-internal controls (most recent auditing methods and techniques, relationship with external auditors, co-operation with top-management, Board of Directors, Supervisory Board, AC                                                                                                                                                                     

1. Deficiencies in operating controls  - based on the examples of regulatory audits

Árpád VARGA (National Tax and Customs Control): NAV control activities
Sándor BŐCZ dr. (Government Control Office)

2. Role of Internal Audit in the energy sector

Stanko TOKIĆ (Croatia): Internal Audit and energetic
Éva SOLTÉSZ (MOL Group): Expectations from Internal Audit

3. Co-operation with consultants

Rudi HEX (Belgium, KBC Group Audit - Program Manager): Assurance role of Internal Audit
Zoltán BÁRDY, Gábor ERDÉLYI (PWC): Structures of exchanges between internal audit and external auditors, top-management, audit committee, supervisory board

5. Best practices

Éva ALMÁDI and Attila TÓTH (HungarianTelekom)
Péter Barnabás TÓTH (Expert): Data leakage, information security - successful solutions