Information Technology Certification

CFAP Information Technology

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Poised to become a US$ 225 billion industry by 2020, the Indian information technology (IT) industry is facing numerous challenges in terms of Frauds and the forensic accounting is answer for tackling these frauds effectively.

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Every time it is not possible to hire the outside consultants to tackle your fraud problems, hence this is our soft solution for your fraud problems. Indiaforensic has always believed that spreading awareness is the solution to fight the frauds effectively. Training and testing the skills of your employees on the issues related to frauds not only helps you in reducing the costs of fighting frauds but also helps in protecting your data and information. Here is a bird’s eye view on the certification programs offered by Indiaforensic

In the financial jargons this fraud health check up process can also be termed as forensic auditing. A forensic auditor is continuously in the search of the indications of the financial frauds. In the pre-satyam era, in September 2008, Indiaforensic Center of Studies in its research ‘ Early Warning Signals of Corporate Frauds’ observed that more than 1200 companies could be indulging into the financial statement frauds. Now in the year 2010 this organisation has designed the course-ware for the IT companies in India – Certified Forensic Accounting Professional program for Information Technology sector, which is based on the research on the early warning signals of corporate frauds.

Syllabus
Apart from the early warning signals of corporate frauds, this program also covers the topic which exclusively speaks about the Satyam fraud. It gives insights into the investigation techniques. Many of the topics including the accounting fraud investigation techniques are contributed by the professionals who were involved in the investigation of the Satyam fraud. Some of the contributors were also the part of the Multi-disciplinary investigation team was formed by CBI. It also speaks about the various theories derived out of the Satyam scam and are applicable to many Information technology companies in India.

Who should do the course ?
Any professional working in the Information technology sector with one year’s experience can opt for the program. Security officer, Risk officer, Information officer, finance officer, accounting officer or auditor of the Information Technology company can register for this program.

 

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Waiver of Examination available till 31.03.2014

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