Cornell Dover is the Deputy Auditor General responsible for IT Audit. He is responsible for providing IT solutions that support the Office as it provides audit services to the provincial government. He is also responsible for IT support to the OAG.
Prior to joining the Office, Cornell spent 18 years with the Office of the Auditor General in Alberta, where he developed the IT audit methodology for that province. He was also the lead auditor on several IT audits, including systems development, security awareness, electronic health records, physical security, PeopleSoft implementation and business continuity planning.
Cornell is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds CISA, CGEIT, CRISC and CISSP designations. He has 17 years experience as an IT auditor, including ITGC and application control reviews, performance audits, performance measure reviews and electronic data analysis in several ministries, Crown corporations, board commissions, universities and colleges.
Previously, Cornell was the President of ISACA Edmonton and Treasurer of the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association. He is currently a member of the CCOLA IT Committee, and sits on the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board’s advisory panel for its Data Analytics Project. He received a Silver Premier’s Award of Excellence in Alberta and was in the first group of Chartered Accountants to receive the CA-IT Specialist Designation.