IT Controls to Reduce Risk of Fraud, Sabotage & InfoSec Breaches - ITF222WEB


This webinar covers the key risks surrounding computer-based crime and explore the “who, what and how” of these pervasive crimes. Students examine the most critical IT controls that must be in place to reduce the risk of these crimes, including user application access controls, reduced privileged access, enhanced log management, effective patch management and encryption. The discussions will include actual events that could have been prevented by the implementation of basic controls.


Tuition cost


NASBA Certified CPE

2 Credits


Why you should attend

You should attend because computer fraud, sabotage and information security breaches occur frequently and acquiring techniques to foil computer-based crime has become a top priority for auditors.

Who should attend

Financial, operational auditors and IT auditors, audit management, risk management, and compliance management.

What You'll learn

You will learn about the most effective techniques to stop computer experts, international criminal organizations, and employees from stealing identities, re-routing data for personal gain and altering data for fraudulent purposes.



 Defining Fraud:

  • Computer Crime Statistics
  • Current Fraud, Sabotage and Security Breach Examples
  • Establishing Audit’s Role
  • What is Computer Fraud?
  • Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
  • Enterprise Fraud Controls
  • Data Breach Commonalities

User Application Access Controls:

  • Components of Application Access Control
  • Authentication
  • Authorization
  • Conflict Matrix
  • Social Engineering Risks

System Software Security:

  • Patch Management
  • Controlling Privileged Access
  • Vulnerability Testing
  • Log Management
  • Vulnerability Management


  • Basics of Encryption
  • Why Encryption is a Key Control

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