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Ethics and the IT Auditor

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Ethics and the IT Auditor: Jill Mathews, an IT audit senior for a global insurance company, was recently asked to perform an IT audit of the company’s new cloud computing and virtualization migration plan. Her Manager asks that she perform the audit in the next four weeks. She is not familiar with these new technologies,

Why CEO’s are responsible for the failure of the company? What is he and isn’t he responsible for? Examples of CEO failure and the impact it had on the company. What should he do during hard times for his company? – An outline for the report for this case study – A short writeup of

Alucan is a division of a widely diversified Fortune 1000 company. Exhibit 1shows the organization chart for the division. Alucan specializes in the manufacture of aluminum extruded products. Its chief line of products consists of aluminum cans of various sizes used by soft drink and other beverage producers and marketers for their products. The industry

The role of directors and committees in financial reporting and accounting oversight continues to evolve as a result of Sarbanes-Oxley and new rules and regulations. Based upon Lorsch and Simpson’s Harvard Business Case article “The Role of the Audit Committee in Risk Oversight,” what are the range of risks an audit committee can and should

Please briefly describe what in your opinion the greatest security threat to an organization is, and how it can be mitigated or controlled. Also, what is or are the primary ethical issues facing or organizations in the use of corporate IT/IS resources.

explosion on the British Petroleum

Wednesday, 20 January 2016 by

In April 2010, the explosion on the British Petroleum (BP) Deepwater Horizon drilling rig killed 11 workers and injured 17 others. The rig continued to gush oil into the Gulf of Mexico until it was capped on July 15, 2010. The well was declared effectively dead by the United States federal government on September 19,

John Doe is a warehouse supervisor

Wednesday, 20 January 2016 by

John Doe is a warehouse supervisor who works for a national company that sells high-quality (and very expensive) electronics – e.g., HD television sets, business and home computers, and business and personal laptops. John has a high school education, and has been employed by the company for 10 years. Recently, John was promoted to an

An Indirect Route to a Contribution Deduction In July, a plane crashed into a residential community in Middleboro, destroying and damaging many homes. Tanya’s church, a qualified charitable organization, initiated a fundraising drive to help the Middleboro citizens whose homes had been affected. Tanya donated $50,000 to first Middleboro church and suggested to the pastor

You currently work for MSDS, a strategic management firm located in New York City. Some of the organizations biggest clients have included Donald Trump and Oprah Winfrey. All employees have been called to an emergency meeting by the Vice President. You all have just been informed that the president of the company does not like

A) What are ethics? How are personal ethics different than business ethics? can you write an example of ethical issue. What were the ethical implications surrounding that issue, if any? How was the issue resolved or how should it have been resolved? B) What is the difference between morals and ethics in the workplace?, Might

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