INFO SYSTEMS ECON 185
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Date Created: 10/22/15
AIS Controls Describes the policies plans and procedures implemented by management of an organization to protect its assets General Controls for organizations General Controls for information Technology Application controls for transaction process 0 Input 0 Processing 0 Outputs OrganizationalLevel Controls Control environment tone of the company and influences the control awareness of the company s employees Foundation for all other internal control components and provides discipline and structure Risk assessment identify organizational risks and analyze their potential in terms of cost and likelihood of occurrence Implement only if benefitgtCost Control activities policies and procedures management develops to protect all of the different assets of the firm Information and communication inform employees about roles and responsibilities for internal controls Management should maintain good 39 and 39 39 39 39 so r39 feel safe Monitoring evaluation of internal controls is an ongoing process Evaluate the design and see how it can be iproved etc see if its working More level 1 general controls Personnel File security Fault tolerant systems backup and contingency Computer facility Access to files Personnel Separation of duties Use of computer accounts Information knowledge of employees Separation of duties Key concepts Objectives Test for SOD Mandates checks and balances Minimize opportunity for unauthorized access File Security Controls Purpose protect computer files from either accidental or intentional abuse Examples 0 Business continuity planning disaster recover Fault Tolerant Systems backups and contingency Planning controls Faulttolerant systems deal with errors and keep data accurate and complete Redudancy Backup Contingency planning controls
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