3 edition of Control self-assessment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 105)
|Statement||by Larry Hubbard.|
|Contributions||Institute of Internal Auditors.|
|LC Classifications||HF5667.3 .H83 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||2001277427|
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Control Self-Assessment is a powerful audit and consulting tool that can be organized to protect against Business Risks or used as the central tool in a Business Process Analysis.
In this first comprehensive introduction to CSA methodology, Richard Tritter explains how to successfully use CSA sessions to get a realistic look at the machinery of 1/5(1). CHAPTER 10 Risk and Control Self-Assessments This chapter explores the role of risk and control self-assessment in the operational risk framework.
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To achieve this, organisations need to implement Control Self Assessment (CSA) which is defined as an effective approach to identifying and managing areas of risk exposure, as well as highlighting potential opportunities.
WHAT IS A CONTROL SELF-ASSESSMENT. •A management technique that reviews whether an organization's internal controls system is reliable. •That is, an individual within an organization performs effectiveness testing to verify that key controls are functioning properly, resulting in the detection or elimination of Size: 1MB.
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Control self-assessment creates a clear line of accountability for controls, reduces the risk of fraud (by examining data that may flag unusual patterns of transactions) and results in an organisation with a lower risk profile.
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CISA validates your credibility as an expert in IS/IT audit, control and information security, makes you indispensable to your organization, and helps you stand out in the hiring and promotion process.
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