Information Technology Audits 2008

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CCH, Jun 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 998 pages
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This up-to-the-minute guide helps you become more proactive and meet the growing demand for integrated audit services in the 21st century. Wide-ranging in scope, Information Technology Audits offers expert analysis, practical tools, and real-world techniques designed to assist in preparing for and performing integrated IT audits. Written by a seasoned auditor with more than 22 years of IT audit experience, Information Technology Audits provides the first practical, hands-on look at how organizations use and control information to meet business objectives, and offers strategies to assess whether the company's controls adequately protect its information systems. Practice aids are available on a free companion CD-ROM.
  

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Contents

Skills Knowledge and People 1
1-5
Management Responsibility 1
1-17
Current and Future Views 1 01
2-1
Standards and Pronouncements Internal and IT Audit 3 01
3-1
Standards and Pronouncements External Audit 4 01
4-1
Setting Objectives and Developing
5-1
an Audit Approach 5 01
5-5
Controls
5-41
System Development 11 01
9-73
Business Continuity Planning
9-115
Disaster Recovery 12 01
9-117
IT Auditing Today Chapter 13 Fraud Basics 13 01
9-159
Using Software to Audit 14 01
9-173
Web Enablement 15 01
9-229
Privacy Confidentiality Fraud and Other Concerns Legal and Regulatory Issues 16 01
9-285
Certification and Competency Demonstration 17 01
9-337

Infrastructure Controls 6 01
6-1
Infrastructure Controls Security 7 01
6-7
Infrastructure Controls Communications
8-1
and Networks 8 01
8-3
Business Process and Application Controls 9 01
8-9
Assessing IT Control Deficiencies 10 01
9-47
Accounting Resources on the Web WEB 01
9-381
Index IND 01
9-393
Using the CDROM CD 01
9-411
CDROM Contents CD 03
9-413
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