Offers comprehensive, up-to-date guidance on new and evolving computer audit, control, and security issues. Each chapter contains both background discussions and sets of control objectives and audit procedures useful for the auditor in performing actual reviews. Since every organization is unique, these objectives and procedures are also included in diskette format so that auditors can tailor them to specific and individual audit projects.
|Series:||The Wiley/institute of Internal Auditors Professional Book Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.37(w) x 9.52(h) x 1.43(d)|
Table of Contents
CONTROLS IN THE MODERN DATA PROCESSING CENTER.
General Controls in the Larger Computer Center.
Mini and Microcomputer Controls.
Controls in a Distributed Processing Network.
AUDITING DATA PROCESSING APPLICATIONS.
Auditing Applications Controls.
Evidence Gathering and Testing Applications.
Reviewing New Applications Under Development.
SECURITY FOR THE MODERN DATA PROCESSING CENTER.
Physical Security Strategies and Risk Evaluation.
Ensuring Information Security and Integrity.
Effective Disaster Recovery Planning.
END-USER COMPUTING AUDIT AND CONTROL.
Auditing the End-User Information Center.
The Auditor and Fourth Generation Languages.
FUTURE TRENDS FOR COMPUTER AUDITORS.
Integrating Financial and Computer Auditing.
Evolving Technologies and the Auditor.