Planning and Auditing of Information Systems

Planing and Auditing of Information Systems

Course title
Planing and Auditing of Information Systems
Course tag
11034
Semester
5
Course status
Mandatory
ECTS
6
Lectures
30
Practice
15
Independent work
135
Total
180
Teachers and associates
Renato Barišić, Senior Lecturer
The course aims
Adopt basic terms and concepts of planning and auditing of information systems.
Content
Basic terms and concepts of planning and auditing of information systems. Planning of information systems and application of SDLC. Roles, responsibilities and phases of the information system audit. Auditor and CAAT tools in auditing the information system.
Literature:
1. Ward J., Peppard J.: Strategic Planning for Information Systems, John Wiley, New York 2002.
2. Shon Harris, CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor All-in-One Exam Guide, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2007.
Supplementary literature
1. Christopher Gardner,: The Valuation of Information Technology, John Wiley, New York 2001.
2. Boar B.: The Art of Strategic Planning for Information Technology, John Wiley, New York 2001.

Minimum learning outcomes

  1. Adopt basic terms and concepts of planning and auditing of information systems.
  2. Describe the planning of information systems and application of SDLC.
  3. Assess the need for information systems audit and understand the roles, responsibilities, phases of an audit.
  4. Identify the importance of the auditor and the CAAT tool concept in the information system audit.

Preferred learning outcomes

  1. Describe and distinguish basic terms and concepts of planning and auditing of information systems.
  2. Plan the information system and apply SDLC.
  3. Plan the process of auditing the information system.
  4. Assess the optimum auditor competencies and the ability to use CAAT tools in the information system audit.