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Applying the CobiT Control Framework to Spreadsheet Developments

@article{Butler2008ApplyingTC,
  title={Applying the CobiT Control Framework to Spreadsheet Developments},
  author={Raymond J. Butler},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2008},
  volume={abs/0801.0609}
}
One of the problems reported by researchers and auditors in the field of spreadsheet risks is that of getting and keeping managements attention to the problem. Since 1996, the Information Systems Audit & Control Foundation and the IT Governance Institute have published CobiT which brings mainstream IT control issues into the corporate governance arena. This paper illustrates how spreadsheet risk and control issues can be mapped onto the CobiT framework and thus brought to managers attention in… 

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