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A PRIMARY benefit derived from an organization employing control self- assessment (CSA) techniques is that it:



A. A can identify high-risk areas that might need a detailed review later.
B. B. allows IS auditors to independently assess risk.
C. C. can be used as a replacement for traditional audits.
D. D. allows management to relinquish responsibility for control.

This question is part of CISA - Mock Test - Domain 1 (100 Questions)
Asked by Hemangdoshi, Last updated: Jun 04, 2018

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hemangdoshi

Hemangdoshi

Answered on Mar 13, 2018

A can identify high-risk areas that might need a detailed review later.

CSA is predicated on the review of high-risk areas that either need immediate attention or a more thorough review at a later date. Answer B is incorrect, because CSA requires the involvement of auditors and line management. What occurs is that the internal audit function shifts some of the control monitoring responsibilities to the functional areas.Answer C is incorrect because CSA is not a replacement for traditional audits. CSA is not intended to replace audits responsibilities, but to enhance them. Answer D is incorrect,because CSA does not allow management to relinquish its responsibility for control.
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