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Enterprises that must comply with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) need to conduct a pre-audit that tests the integrity of internal controls before external auditors arrive for the yearly SOX audit. To do this, IT must:

  • Map the definition of an internal control to the system processes and applications within IT's control.
  • Understand the meanings of different control types.
  • Test controls using standardized control test sheets.

The guidance provided by this worksheet will help publicly-traded enterprises – as well as private organizations simply looking to strengthen security – reduce the risk of poor audit results.

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Search Code: 8330
Published: March 26, 2007
Last Revised: March 26, 2007


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