Proactively Detecting Occupational Fraud Using Computer Audit Reports Self-Study Course
- Item No. : 3000
- ISBN : 0-89413-568-6
- Publisher : The IIA Research Foundation
- Publish Date : 2005
- Authors : Richard B. Lanza, CPA, PMP, CFE
- Media : CD/DVD
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 7.5
- Member Price : $65.00
- Non-Member Price : $85.00
This self-study course will assist auditors, fraud examiners, and management in implementing data analysis routines for improved fraud prevention and detection.
To that end, the course provides training in:
- The various types of audit software.
- Applying a comprehensive checklist of data analysis reports to company audits based on each occupational fraud category per the Association of Certified Fraud Examiner’s classification system.
- A method to request data from a company to start a data analysis audit.
This course arises from the need for a comprehensive resource for the types of audit reports that need to be run for each individual fraud. It is not expected to explain audit software technical usage concepts at length, but rather to provide guidance as to which of the product’s features can be used in a fraud detection setting.
This self-study course includes an electronic copy of the research report Proactively Detecting Occupational Fraud Using Computer Audit Reports.
This product is intended for use by one person only.
Duplication of this product is prohibited.
This product qualifies for 4 CPE credits. In order to obtain CPE hours, each person submitting an answer sheet will be required to provide their customer order number. CPE hours will no longer be offered if this product is discontinued.
Product is not returnable if seal is broken.
Minimum Requirements: Windows® 98/Me/NT/2000/XP Adobe®Acrobat Reader 5.0 Microsoft Word®
(Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Proactively Detecting Occupational Fraud Using Computer Audit Reports Self-Study Course is an independent product published by The IIA Research Foundation and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.)