Security Threats: Auditors and Technology
Houston H. Carr, Denise J. McManus, Nicole Gué

Technological advances, data security breaches, and unethical auditors pose a significant threat for organizations partnering with public accounting firms. Information acquired during an audit has significant value in the marketplace, i.e., it can be sold. Threats from the auditing process may be the intentional or unintentional misuse of data; however, the end result for the organization’s long term viability can be disastrous. Protecting sensitive data, managing an effective audit and minimizing security threats are key components of a successful corporation. We will discuss how companies can effectively manage this process while minimizing risk to the organization’s valuable information.

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