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How is the extent to which data will be collected during an IS audit determined?



A. Availability of critical and required information.
B. Auditor s familiarity with the circumstances.
C. Auditee s ability to find relevant evidence.
D. Purpose and scope of the audit being done.

This question is part of CISA - Mock Test - Domain 1 (100 Questions)
Asked by Hemangdoshi, Last updated: May 25, 2018

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hemangdoshi

Hemangdoshi

Answered on Feb 27, 2018

D. purpose and scope of the audit being done.

The extent to which data will be collected during an IS audit should be related directly to the scope and purpose of the audit. An audit with a narrow purpose and scope would result most likely in less data collection, than an audit with a wider purpose and scope. The scope of an IS audit should not be constrained by the ease of obtaining the information or by the auditors familiarity with the area being audited. Collecting all the required evidence is a required element of an IS audit, and the scope of the audit should not be limited by the auditees ability to find relevant evidence.
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