Information technology

20 Questions Directors Should Ask About Information Technology Security

Directors are expected to satisfy themselves that risks potentially jeopardizing the integrity of information, the availability of information and operational systems, the confidentiality of sensitive data, and compliance with regulatory bodies, are identified and reduced or eliminated. This booklet provides questions for Boards to ask senior management as well as the context needed to ask the questions and assess responses.

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20 Questions Directors Should Ask About IT Projects

Designed as a guide for members of boards of directors, 20 Questions Directors Should Ask about IT Projects will help to identify and evaluate issues that might arise as organizations plan and implement significant IT projects.

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CPA Canada Guide, Service Organizations - Applying CSAE 3416, Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization (SOC 1)

A practical resource for practitioners engaged to audit and report on a service organization’s controls, The CPA Canada Guide, Service Organizations – Applying CSAE 3416, Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization (SOC 1), will assist practitioners performing engagements under the Canadian Standard on Assurance Engagements (CSAE 3416).

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CPA Canada Guide to Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization Relevant to Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality or Privacy (SOC 2)

CPA Canada Guide to Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization Relevant to Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality or Privacy (SOC 2) is a practical resource for practitioners engaged to audit and report on the privacy and security of a service organization’s systems.

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Information Technology Control Guidelines, 3rd Edition

Information Technology Control Guidelines provides a practical means of identifying, understanding, assessing and implementing information technology controls in all types of enterprises.

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Chartered Professional Accountants/ Comptables professionnels agréés


Welcome to CPA Canada!

CPA Canada is the national organization established to support unification of the Canadian accounting profession under the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. CPA Canada provides services to all CPA, CA, CMA and CGA accounting bodies that have unified or are committed to unification.

Our integrated CPA Canada website is currently in development and will launch in fall 2014. Until that time, all our existing resources, services and information are available through the CICA, CMA Canada and CGA-Canada legacy websites, or through newly developed microsites designed to provide specific CPA content.

Bienvenue à CPA Canada!

CPA Canada est l’organisation nationale établie pour soutenir l'unification de la profession comptable canadienne sous la bannière du titre de comptable professionnel agréé (CPA). CPA Canada fournit des services à toutes les organisations comptables de CPA, de CA, de CMA et de CGA qui se sont déjà unifiées ou qui sont engagées dans le processus d’unification.

Le nouveau site de CPA Canada est actuellement en développement et sera mis en ligne à l’automne 2014. Entre-temps, toutes nos ressources et tous nos services sont accessibles sur les sites d’origine de l’ICCA, de CMA Canada et de CGA-Canada, ou sur des microsites nouvellement créés afin de donner accès à du contenu spécifiquement CPA.