Computer Fraud and Countermeasures shows you how to take reasonable steps to prevent, detect, and deter computer fraud. It is addressed to business executives, financial and administrative officers, computer managers, auditors, and corporate and computer security supervisors, law enforcement investigators, and others who are responsible for providing direction in coping with the risk of computer fraud. This book shows you how to understand the risks and offers practical guidelines, detailed methods, techniques, and approaches for dealing with them. The book explains the kinds of computer fraud exposures to expect - theft of money in all forms, theft of merchandise and inventory of all types, theft of negotiable securities, theft of services of all types, theft of data and software, and data misrepresentations which result in financial, personal or political advantage. The authors point to the tremendous growth of computer usage in industry and government and forecast a future of increased computer fraud. Their book offers sound directions not only for uncovering these crimes but for avoiding them and recovering losses.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0131647725