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  • Author:
    Ron Weber
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    McGraw-Hill College; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1988)
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Ontological foundations of information systems. EDP auditing: Conceptual foundations and practice. McGraw-Hill series in management information systems), 1988. An ontological analysis of the relationship construct in conceptual modeling. Y Wand, VC Storey, R Weber. ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS) 24 (4), 494-528, 1999. Mario Bunge's Ontology as a formal foundation for information systems concepts. Studies on Mario Bunge's treatise 18, 123, 1990.

EDP Auditing-Conceptual Foundations and Practice by Weber. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. This book should be updated since its last printing. With that said, it is a good introduction into the areaof EDP y for college students. It coversthe management framework in the data center, systems development,the program life cycle, database administration,, data capture, audit trail controls, evidence collection and evaluation. The work is written from the EDPprofessional's point of view. This text would complement a traditional auditing course by covering the.

Book Description McGraw-Hill. 2. EDP Auditing : Conceptual Foundation and Practice. Part of the 'McGraw-Hill Series in mAnagement Information Systems'. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Published by McGraw-Hill Companies, The. ISBN 10: 0070688303 ISBN 13: 9780070688308. Light blue colour, leatherette boards with gilt and blue lettering and a blue motif to front board. Comprises: preface; introduction (Part 1); 5 more parts (25 chapters in total); indexes.

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The complexities of computer auditing have created a need for decision support for . R. Weber,EDP Auditing: Conceptual Foundations and Practice. MacGraw-Hill, In. New York, 1982.

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Information Systems Concept for Management. Singapore: McGraw-Hill Book C. 1990. Ron, EDP Auditing, Conceptual Foundations and Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill, In. 1988. -. Information System Control and Audit. McLeod, J. Raymond dan George Schell, Management Information Systems. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, In. 2001. Mullen, Jack B. The Practitioner’s Guide to EDP Auditing Weber. 1999. Werherbe, James dan Nicholas P. Viralari. System Analysis and Design : Traditional, Best Practices.

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This book provides an excellent overview of EDP auditing concepts that could be useful to almost any person with an interest in computers. The overall organization is such that the material could be used for general or specific applications for various individual backgrounds. View on ACM. Save to Library. Topics from this paper.

EDP auditing is the process of collecting and evaluating evidence to determine whether a computer system safeguards assets, maintains data integrity, achieves organizational goals effectively, and consumes resources efficiently. This is the second edition (first, 1982) of a single-authored text with summaries and review questions. For students and practitioners of auditing with a basic knowledge of auditing, computer data processing, and a programming language. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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This book should be updated since its last printing.
With that said, it is a good introduction into the area
of EDP Auditing-particularly for college students. It covers
the management framework in the data center, systems development,
the program life cycle, database administration, operations
management, data capture, audit trail controls, evidence
collection and evaluation. The work is written from the EDP
professional's point of view. This text would complement a traditional auditing course by covering the EDP Audit component. It is a bit weak in the telecommunications area; however, the thrust of the work provides a solid foundation in the theory and practice of EDP Auditing for students studying the area for the first time. This book should be taught with a supplemental class project to help students understand how this theory is applied. I would suggest that the author consider an update of the current version to cover more theory of network administration.
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This book may be outdated, but gives a very good overview of the edp audit discipline. I notice a very critical review of this book but I can submit as a IT Risk Management professional that audit is all about controls and hence there would be mechanisms for checks on data entry or any other IT personnel. Traditional auditors look for controls on business processes and EDP auditors look for controls in IT environment. So, I hope the reader looks at it from that perspective and there is no insult in this case. Its like saying that Police should trust every body and feel that there are no criminals at all. Then why police in the first place?
In conclusion, this is a good book for those who are not very much into IT but are planning to move into this new profession. However for advanced IT professionals, there are other books on IT Audit that they can refer.