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Pearson/Education; 3rd edition (June 1, 1991)





Computer Auditing e-book

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Andrew Chambers is Professor of Internal Auditing at LondonSouth Bank University and Professor Emeritus of. .This book was first published in 1997 and it has never been out of print.

Andrew Chambers is Professor of Internal Auditing at LondonSouth Bank University and Professor Emeritus of Cass BusinessSchool, London. He runs Management Audit LLP specializing inauditing and corporate governance work, and is a member of theinternational Internal Audit Standards Board. That in itself establishes this volume as the quintessential practical manual for both internal auditors and managers.

Chambers Andrew D. Vol. ELBS with pitman. Responsible Authorship. Andrew D Chambers john m court . Physical Description. a)Mansoura university Faculty of commerce d)ain shams university faculty of commerce.

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by Andrew D. Chambers and John M. Court. ISBN13:9780273032410.

Find nearly any book by Andrew D. Andrew D. Chambers (Chambers, Andrew . used books, rare books and new books. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Andrew D. Chambers' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Andrew D. Chambers'. Auditing the IT Environment: Assessing and Measuring Risk and Control. ISBN 9780953113613 (978-531136-1-3) Hardcover, Management Audit Lt. 1997.

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A Professor Emeritus at City University, London, Andrew Chambers also heads Management Audit Lt. a British consultancy, education provider, and publishing house. His books include a coauthored standard reference for Operational auditing, The Operational Auditing Handbook: Auditing Business Processes (Chambers and Rand, 1997), and a coauthored overview of modern internal auditing, Leading Edge Internal Auditing (Ridley and Chambers, 1998).

Andrew Phillip Chambers (June 30, 1931 – June 3, 2017) was a retired lieutenant general in the United States Army. An alumnus of the Howard University, he was a commanding general of the VII Corps and the United States Army Central in the 1980s. The then Major General Chambers commanded the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas, between July 1982 and June 1984. He also was director of the Army Equal Opportunity Program.

The 1990s takes us into the third age of computer auditing - the age of mature theory, recognized best practice and distinctive professional qualifications. The third edition of "Computer Auditing" which incorporates an extensive rewrite of many sections, a large amount of new material and a major change in presentation - reflects the maturity of the state of the art. The book is primarily addressed to the auditor who is not a technical specialist - but who, being an auditor, needs to be a computer auditor. However, the text addresses the relevant technical issues to the necessary extent. No auditor, being a computer auditor, can avoid them, or should wish to do so. We can at last say that all auditors are indeed computer auditors - though some do still need to be more technically specialized than others. This third edition reflects the increasing pace of implementation of information technology. New material covers such subjects as: trends in IT and their impact on auditors; audit of forward planning; developments in networks, electronic data interchange and multi-user systems; automated auditing procedures; use of packages (either on their own or in conjunction with systems developed in-house); variety in methods of developing systems; user developing and implementing their own systems with limited (if any) recourse to technical specialists; legal developments. We have also sought to include more material in the form of checklists and questionnaires. We believe that audit is, above all, a set of practical tasks rather than theoretical exercises.

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