IT6 - IT Fraud and Countermeasures

Seminar Objectives

Information Systems fraud is presently a major growth area within our corporations.

This three-day seminar is designed to assist auditors and management in the design and implementation of an IS architecture which minimizes the possibilities of fraud and maximizes the probability of detecting fraud.

By the end of this seminar the attendee will be able to :

  • Distinguish between the varying types of computer fraud, their nature and effect
  • Identify likely fraud indicators
  • Audit for computer fraud
  • Establish a Corporate Risk Profile
  • Structure an anti-fraud security environment
  • Distinguish between fraud and forensic auditing
  • Identify the requirements to ensure that audit evidence is acceptable as legal evidence
  • Identify the requirement and effect of reporting sensitive issues

Seminar Content

The seminar will cover the following areas:

  • The nature of computer fraud
  • The Corporate risk profile
  • Computer fraud techniques
  • Why computer fraud and who commits it?
  • Fraud auditing
  • Fraud awareness
  • EDI and fraud
  • The expectation gap
  • Forensic auditing
  • Sources of evidence and audit tools
  • Legal evidence
  • Reporting sensitive issues

Who Should Attend

The seminar is aimed primarily at computer auditors who are not familiar with the techniques used to perpetrated fraud via computer as well as the preventative and detective measures available.

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