Features - The CPA Journal Millennium Series - Information Technology Security Engagements: An Evolving Specialty - With network connectivity driving the productivity boom, computer security is once again a high priority. Risk-avoidance is the key to maintaining a secure information technology environment, and CPAs can develop and monitor the controls that keep an organization safe
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The CPA journal. - New York, NY : New York State Soc. of Certified Public Accountants, ISSN 0094-2049, ZDB-ID 8606109. - Vol. 70.2000, 7, p. 28-39
Auditing E-business - Auditing the financial statements of e-businesses according to generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) presents a significant challenge for CPAs. Current GAAS has numerous standards relevant to e-business; the author brings them together into a single guide for applying GAAS to audits of e-businesses.
Nearon, Bruce H., (2000)
A Radical Proposal for Accounting Education - The schism between practice and academia has existed from the earliest days of the accounting profession. The author, in response to The CPA Journal Education Forum (August 2002), argues that the future development of the profession will depend on unifying these constituencies through a common educational background.
Nearon, Bruce H., (2002)
Nearon, Bruce H., (2005)
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