W-6 - Control I AIS threats are increasing a More than 60 of orgs have experienced a major control failure i Lack of Risk assessment response and

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Control I. AIS threats are increasing a. More than 60% of orgs have experienced a major control failure i. Lack of Risk assessment, response and control ii. Opportunities to commit computer fraud iii. Larger far reaching systems 1. More servers 2. Distributed computer networks 3. Wide area networks give customers and suppliers access iv. Security is crucial to survival II. Vocab a. Threat i. Any potential adverse occurrence or unwanted event that could injure the AIS or the org b. Likelihood i. The probability that the threat will occur c. Exposure or impact i. The potential dollar loss that would occur if the threat becomes a reality d. Frequency i. The number of times the threat could occur III. Types of threats a. External i. Economic ii. Natural environment iii. Political
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iv. Social v. Technological b. Internal i. Personnel/fraud ii. Infrastructure iii. Process iv. Technology IV.Internal controls a. Definition i. Processes implemented for managing and mitigating risk 1. Safeguarding co assets
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 315 taught by Professor Frank during the Winter '09 term at Indiana.

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W-6 - Control I AIS threats are increasing a More than 60 of orgs have experienced a major control failure i Lack of Risk assessment response and

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