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Avoiding Cyber Fraud in Small Businesses: What Auditors and Owners Need to Know G. Jack Bologna

Avoiding Cyber Fraud in Small Businesses: What Auditors and Owners Need to Know

G. Jack Bologna

Published April 21st 2008
ISBN : 9780470312360
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256 pages
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As a businessperson in the twenty-first century, you have become a member of Cyberland. Whether you were an early technology enthusiast or a stickler for the tried and true, your company is now computerized, making it both more effective-and moreMoreAs a businessperson in the twenty-first century, you have become a member of Cyberland. Whether you were an early technology enthusiast or a stickler for the tried and true, your company is now computerized, making it both more effective-and more vulnerable. In addition to all of your previous responsibilities, you now have another concern-cybercrime. And it is, indeed, your concern, as the major causes of the increase in this type of crime are employees who understand computers and security-and owners and managers who dont.Avoiding Cyber Fraud in Small Businesses is the first book designed to empower auditors, managers, and small business owners-the ones who are held accountable-with the knowledge required to prevent and detect criminal activity within their organizations. Provided here is the guidance and information you need to learn how to:* Be aware of the dangers of internal theft by computer, illegal access to information systems, credit card fraud, and Internet scams* Ensure that adequate prevention and detection controls are in place* Locate and properly utilize the appropriate outside advice and expertise* Understand your companys legal obligation to protect assetsIncluding an overview of the various laws covering computer crime, intellectual property, workplace and employee problems, tort law, and compliance programs,Avoiding Cyber Fraud in Small Businesses will serve as an indispensable weapon against the most prevalent internal problem facing small businesses today.