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S12-01_Blorney_Question - some employees were not checking...

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AK/ADMS 2511 - Blorney John Blorney was a currency trader who caused his employer to loose almost a billion dollars. Blorney did this by initiating unauthorized currency trades that exceeded his trading limits. This was done over a period of years. Blorney hid the losses by taking advantage of computer systems that were not integrated, and by creating fictitious supporting documents. He also took advantage of the fact that
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Unformatted text preview: some employees were not checking his work. Required: A) What are the different ways that Blorney’s employer could have prevented or detected unauthorized access to information or programs? B) Identify different types of controls that could be implemented in information systems environments. For each type of control, provide an example. [Note that points should be different from Part (A).]...
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