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4 Maintain the privacy and confidentiality of information obtained in the course of their duties unless disclosure is required by legal authority Such information shall not be used for personal benefit or released to inappropriate parties 5 Maintain competency in their respective fields and agree to undertake only those activities, which they can reasonably expect to complete with professional competence 6 Inform appropriate parties of the results of work performed; revealing all significant facts known to them 7 Support the professional education of stakeholders in enhancing their understanding of information systems security and control Failure to comply with this Code of Professional Ethics can result in an investigation into a member s or certification holder s conduct and, ultimately, in disciplinary measures NOTE The CISA candidate is not expected to memorize the ISACA code of ethics, but is required to understand and be familiar with it
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The ISACA audit standards framework defines minimum standards of performance related to security, audits, and the actions that result from audits This section lists the standards and discusses each The full text of these standards is available at wwwisacaorg/standards
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Audit activities in an organization should be formally defined in an audit charter This should include statements of scope, responsibility, and authority for conducting audits Senior management should support the audit charter through direct signature or by linking the audit charter to corporate policy
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Behavior of the IS auditor should be independent of the auditee The IS auditor should take care to avoid even the appearance of impropriety The IS auditor s placement in the command and control structure of the organization should ensure that the IS auditor can act independently
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The IS auditor should adhere to the ISACA Code of Professional Ethics as well as other applicable standards The IS auditor should conduct himself with professionalism and due care
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S4, Professional Competence
The IS auditor should possess all of the necessary skills and knowledge that are related to the processes and technologies being audited The auditor should receive periodic training and continuing education in the practices and technologies that are related to her work
3: The Audit Process
S5, Planning
The IS auditor should perform audit planning work to ensure that the scope and breadth of auditing is sufficient to meet the organization s needs She should develop and maintain documentation related to a risk-based audit process and audit procedures The auditor should identify applicable laws and develop plans for any required audit activities to ensure compliance
S6, Performance of Audit Work
IS auditors should be supervised to ensure that their work supports established audit objectives and meets applicable audit standards IS auditors should obtain and retain appropriate evidence; auditors findings should reflect analysis and the evidence obtained The process followed for each audit should be documented and made a part of the audit report
S7, Reporting
The IS auditor should develop an audit report that documents the process followed, inquiries, observations, evidence, findings, conclusions, and recommendations from the audit The audit report should follow an established format that includes a statement of scope, period of coverage, recipient organization, controls or standards that were audited, and any limitations or qualifications The report should contain sufficient evidence to support the findings of the audit
S8, Follow-up Activities
After the completion of an audit, the IS auditor should follow up at a later time to determine if management has taken steps to make any recommended changes or apply remedies to any audit findings
S9, Irregularities and Illegal Acts
IS auditors should have a healthy but balanced skepticism with regard to irregularities and illegal acts: The auditor should recognize that irregularities and/or illegal acts could be ongoing in one or more of the processes that he is auditing He should recognize that management may or may not be aware of any irregularities or illegal acts The IS auditor should obtain written attestations from management that state management s responsibilities for the proper operation of controls Management should disclose to the auditor any knowledge of irregularities or illegal acts If the IS auditor encounters material irregularities or illegal acts, he should document every conversation and retain all evidence of correspondence The IS auditor should report any matter of material irregularities or illegal acts to management If material findings or irregularities prevent the auditor from continuing the audit, the auditor should carefully weigh his options and consider withdrawing from the audit The IS auditor should determine if he is required to report material findings to regulators or other outside authorities If the auditor is unable to report material findings to management, he should consider withdrawing from the audit engagement
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