Control and Security of E-Commerce

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 10, 2004 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
  • Explores the components of e-commerce (including EDI).
  • Shows the risks involved when using an e-commerce system.
  • Provides controls for protecting an e-commerce site (e.g., securing financial transactions and confidential transactions).
  • Provides COSO compliant audit approach.
  • Provides risk/control tables and checklists.
  • Technical topics are discussed in simple user-friendly language.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Legal Issues Related to ECommerce
11
Chapter 3 Information Security Overview
31
Chapter 4 Certificates and Nonrepudiation
57
Chapter 5 Protecting the ECommerce Environment
73
Chapter 6 Protecting ECommerce Data
111
Chapter 7 Auditing an ECommerce Application
143
INDEX
225
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Gordon E. Smith is the President of Canaudit, Inc., an auditing seminar development and presentation firm. He has twenty-eight years of audit experience.

His areas of expertise include networks, information security, operating systems, and client/server environments. Smith is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide, and received the 2002 Wasserman Award for outstanding achievement in information audit and security.

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