publication . Article . 2007

Audit Characteristics for Information System Security

Marius POPA; Mihai DOINEA;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2007 Journal: Informatica Economica, volume XI, issue 4, pages 103-106
The paper presents the main aspects regarding the development of the information security and assurance of their security. The information systems, standards and audit processes definitions are offered. There are presented the most important security standards used in information system security assessment
free text keywords: audit, information system, security

4. Conclusions The development of the audit processes in order to assess the security level of the information systems that are working in an organization is a very important aspect that must be taken into account.

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