Changing Methodologies in Financial Audit and Their Impact on Information Systems Audit

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Daniel VILSANOIU; Mihaela SERBAN;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Inforec Association
  • Journal: Informatica Economica, volume 14, issue 1, pages 59-65 (issn: 1453-1305, eissn: 1842-8088)
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  • Subject: Computer engineering. Computer hardware | Financial Audit Methodologies, Business Risk Audit, Information Systems Audit, Internal Controls Framework | Financial Audit Methodologies | Internal Controls Framework | Business Risk Audit | Information Systems Audit | Z | TK7885-7895 | Bibliography. Library science. Information resources

This paper tries to provide a better understanding of the relation between financial audit and information systems audit and to assess the influence the change in financial audit methodologies had on IS audit. We concluded that the COSO Internal Control – Integrated F... View more
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