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Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls : Understanding and Implementing the New Framework

By: Moeller, Robert R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Wiley Corporate F&A: Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (316 p.).ISBN: 9781118813775.Subject(s): Auditing, Internal | Industrial management | Leadership | Organizational effectivenessGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls : Understanding and Implementing the New FrameworkDDC classification: 658 | 658.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls; Contents; Preface; CHAPTER ONE Importance of the COSO Internal Control Framework; THE IMPORTANCE OF ENTERPRISE INTERNAL CONTROLS; WHAT ARE ENTERPRISE INTERNAL CONTROLS?; UNDERSTANDING THE COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK: HOW TO USE THIS BOOK; CHAPTER TWO How We Got Here: Internal Control Background; EARLY DEFINITIONS OF INTERNAL CONTROLS: FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT OF 1977; THE FCPA AND INTERNAL CONTROLS TODAY; EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE TREADWAY COMMISSION; EARLIER AICPA AUDITING STANDARDS: SAS NOS. 55 AND 78; THE TREADWAY COMMITTEE REPORT
THE ORIGINAL COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORKTHE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT AND INTERNAL ACCOUNTING CONTROLS; Title I: Public Company Accounting Oversight Board; Title II: Auditor Independence; SOx Title III: Corporate Responsibility; Title IV: Enhanced Financial Disclosures; Title V: Analyst Conflicts of Interest; Titles VI through X: Fraud Accountability and White-Collar Crime; Title XI: Corporate Fraud Accountability; NOTES; CHAPTER THREE COSO Internal Controls: The New Revised Framework; UNDERSTANDING INTERNAL CONTROLS; REVISED FRAMEWORK BUSINESS AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT CHANGES
External Financial Reporting ObjectivesInternal Control Operations Objectives; Internal Control Compliance Objectives; Overlapping Internal Control Objectives; THE REVISED COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK; COSO INTERNAL CONTROL PRINCIPLES; COSO OBJECTIVES AND BUSINESS OPERATIONS; SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION; CHAPTER FOUR COSO Internal Control Components: Control Environment; IMPORTANCE OF THE CONTROL ENVIRONMENT; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 1: INTEGRITY AND ETHICAL VALUES; Establishing an Enterprise Code of Conduct; Affirming Adherence to the Code of Conduct
Code Violations and Corrective ActionsCONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 2: ROLE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 3: THE NEED FOR AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 4: HUMAN RESOURCE STRENGTHS; Commitment to Competence; Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Individual Employees and Stakeholders; Planning and Preparing for Personnel Succession; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 5: INDIVIDUAL INTERNAL CONTROL RESPONSIBILITIES; Accounting for Internal Controls; Performance Measures, Incentives, and Rewards; COSO CONTROL ENVIRONMENT IN PERSPECTIVE
CHAPTER FIVE COSO Internal Control Components: Risk AssessmentRISK ASSESSMENT COMPONENT PRINCIPLES; RISK IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS; RISK RESPONSE STRATEGIES; FRAUD RISK ANALYSIS; COSO RISK ASSESSMENT AND THE REVISED INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK; NOTES; CHAPTER SIX COSO Internal Control Components: Control Activities; COSO CONTROL ACTIVITY PRINCIPLES; Control Activity Principles: Integration with Risk Assessment; Enterprise-Specific Control Activity Factors; Business Process Control Activities; Types of Transaction Control Activities
Control Activity Principles: Selection and Development of General IT Controls
Summary: Essential guidance on the revised COSO internal controls framework Need the latest on the new, revised COSO internal controls framework? Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls provides a step-by-step plan for installing and implementing effective internal controls with an emphasis on building improved IT as well as other internal controls and integrating better risk management processes. The COSO internal controls framework forms the basis for establishing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and internal controls specialist Robert Moeller looks at topics including the importance of effective system
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Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls; Contents; Preface; CHAPTER ONE Importance of the COSO Internal Control Framework; THE IMPORTANCE OF ENTERPRISE INTERNAL CONTROLS; WHAT ARE ENTERPRISE INTERNAL CONTROLS?; UNDERSTANDING THE COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK: HOW TO USE THIS BOOK; CHAPTER TWO How We Got Here: Internal Control Background; EARLY DEFINITIONS OF INTERNAL CONTROLS: FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT OF 1977; THE FCPA AND INTERNAL CONTROLS TODAY; EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE TREADWAY COMMISSION; EARLIER AICPA AUDITING STANDARDS: SAS NOS. 55 AND 78; THE TREADWAY COMMITTEE REPORT

THE ORIGINAL COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORKTHE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT AND INTERNAL ACCOUNTING CONTROLS; Title I: Public Company Accounting Oversight Board; Title II: Auditor Independence; SOx Title III: Corporate Responsibility; Title IV: Enhanced Financial Disclosures; Title V: Analyst Conflicts of Interest; Titles VI through X: Fraud Accountability and White-Collar Crime; Title XI: Corporate Fraud Accountability; NOTES; CHAPTER THREE COSO Internal Controls: The New Revised Framework; UNDERSTANDING INTERNAL CONTROLS; REVISED FRAMEWORK BUSINESS AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT CHANGES

External Financial Reporting ObjectivesInternal Control Operations Objectives; Internal Control Compliance Objectives; Overlapping Internal Control Objectives; THE REVISED COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK; COSO INTERNAL CONTROL PRINCIPLES; COSO OBJECTIVES AND BUSINESS OPERATIONS; SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION; CHAPTER FOUR COSO Internal Control Components: Control Environment; IMPORTANCE OF THE CONTROL ENVIRONMENT; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 1: INTEGRITY AND ETHICAL VALUES; Establishing an Enterprise Code of Conduct; Affirming Adherence to the Code of Conduct

Code Violations and Corrective ActionsCONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 2: ROLE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 3: THE NEED FOR AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 4: HUMAN RESOURCE STRENGTHS; Commitment to Competence; Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Individual Employees and Stakeholders; Planning and Preparing for Personnel Succession; CONTROL ENVIRONMENT PRINCIPLE 5: INDIVIDUAL INTERNAL CONTROL RESPONSIBILITIES; Accounting for Internal Controls; Performance Measures, Incentives, and Rewards; COSO CONTROL ENVIRONMENT IN PERSPECTIVE

CHAPTER FIVE COSO Internal Control Components: Risk AssessmentRISK ASSESSMENT COMPONENT PRINCIPLES; RISK IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS; RISK RESPONSE STRATEGIES; FRAUD RISK ANALYSIS; COSO RISK ASSESSMENT AND THE REVISED INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK; NOTES; CHAPTER SIX COSO Internal Control Components: Control Activities; COSO CONTROL ACTIVITY PRINCIPLES; Control Activity Principles: Integration with Risk Assessment; Enterprise-Specific Control Activity Factors; Business Process Control Activities; Types of Transaction Control Activities

Control Activity Principles: Selection and Development of General IT Controls

Essential guidance on the revised COSO internal controls framework Need the latest on the new, revised COSO internal controls framework? Executive's Guide to COSO Internal Controls provides a step-by-step plan for installing and implementing effective internal controls with an emphasis on building improved IT as well as other internal controls and integrating better risk management processes. The COSO internal controls framework forms the basis for establishing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and internal controls specialist Robert Moeller looks at topics including the importance of effective system

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<p> ROBERT R. MOELLER, CPA, CISA, CISSP, is an internal audit specialist and project manager with a strong understanding of information systems, corporate governance, and security. He has over twenty-five years of experience in internal auditing, ranging from launching new internal audit functions in several companies to serving as audit director for a Fortune 50 corporation. He held positions with Grant Thornton (National Director of Computer Auditing) and Sears Roebuck (Audit Director). He is the former president of the Institute of Internal Auditors' Chicago chapter and has served on the IIA's International Advanced Technology Committee. He is also the former chair of the AICPA's Computer Audit Subcommittee. Moeller has written six other books.</p>

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