AUDIT KEAMANAN SISTEM INFORMASI PERUSAHAAN DENGAN KERANGKA KERJA COBIT 4.1

Laela Kurniawati

Abstract


Demand for the audit of information systems (IS) in line with the greater complexity of the SI itself
can be seen from all areas operating system, database, application, infrastructure (LAN, WAN), to
the model management (outsourcing / insourcing) is increasingly diverse. SI audit initially serves
as a support function of a financial audit. This has become a necessity which is now almost all
financial transactions are computerized. Of functions to support the financial audit, audit SI then
deepened by specializing in the implementation and evaluation of existing controls on SI purpose
is to protect information assets and ensure that controls are effective in the process of
computerization. Issues to be discussed in this study is whether the security system in particular,
the existing information on the company is good for the memastikn hl informsi system audit will be
conducted that focuses on the security system, how the audit of information systems (IS) /
information technology (IT) will be done keragka work with COBIT.

Keywords: Information Systems, Information Systems Audit, COBIT


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31294/p.v15i1.2201

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