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The auditor's guide to blockchain technology : architecture, use cases, security and assurance / Shaun Aghili

By: Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: CRC Press security, audit and leadership seriesPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023Edition: First editionDescription: 1 Online-RessourceISBN:
  • 9781000776942
  • 1000776948
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 9781003211723. | 1003211720 | 9781032078243. | 9781032078250. | 9781003211723 | Erscheint auch als: Auditor's guide to blockchain technology. Druck-Ausgabe Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023DDC classification:
  • 005.74
LOC classification:
  • QA76.9.B56
Online resources: Summary: Blockchain technology : creating trust in a trustless environment / Harriet Tenge & Maureen Okello -- Blockchain architecture, components and considerations / Aafreen Fathima Altaf Hussain, Temitope Ipentan, Mahakpreet Singh & Grace Moyo Adeyemi -- Blockchain tokens and cryptocurrencies / Lavanya Vaddi, Jaskaran Singh Chana & Gurjot Singh Kocher -- The advent of the triple entry accounting : implications for accountants and auditors / Ibukunoluwa Mabo, Oluwatobiloba Iroko & Oyegbenga Oyenekan -- Blockchain use in the financial services sectors / Antonio Ramirez, Bhanu Theja Satyani, Jovid Ismailov & Lovepreet Singh -- Blockchain and supply chain management / Divya Garg, Siddhanth Karunakar Poojary, Jasjeet Singh Raikhi & Purav Thakkar -- Ethereum, Hyperledger & Corda : a side-by side comparison of capabilities and constraints for developing various business case uses / Manroop Kaur & Navjot LNU -- Designing a blockchain application / Mihir Mashilkar, Kashish Patel, Divy Patel & Het Raval -- Blockchain application development / Gagandeep Singh, Manpreet Kaur, Shival Kashyab & Sunil Kajla -- Testing and auditing blockchain applications / Karen Akshatha Franklin, Philip Samuel Panneer Selvam & Samhitha Keshireddy -- Blockchain system implementation / Bharghava Sai Nakkina, Deepthi Gudapati, Naga Venkat Palaparthy & Sai Sreenath Sadupally -- Blockchain risk, governance compliance, assessment and mitigation / Bikramjit Pandher, Manoj Kumar Nagavamshi, Poojaben Prajapati & Vijay Kundru -- Blockchain user, network and system-level attacks and mitigation / Nishtha Baria, Dharmil Parmar & Vidhi Panchal -- Smart contract vulnerabilities, attacks, and auditing considerations / Maheswar Sharma, Keerthana Kasthuri, Parvinder Singh & Nynisha Akula -- Blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) / Ramya Bomidi, Srija Guntupalli, Sanober Mohammed & Bhargav Putturu Theja.Summary: "The 21st century has been the host to a number of information systems technologies in the area of science, automotive, aviation, and supply chain, among others. But perhaps one of its most disruptive is Blockchain technology whose origin dates to only 2008, when an individual (or perhaps a group of individuals) using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto published a whitepaper entitled Bitcoin: A peer-to-peer electronic cash system in an attempt to address the threat of "double-spending" in digital currency. Today, many top-notch global organizations are already using or planning to use blockchain technology as a secure, robust, and cutting-edge technology to better serve customers. The list includes such well known corporate entities as JP Morgan, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of America, IBM, and Walmart, just to name a few. (2020) puts the global market capitalization of blockchain from 2018 to 2020 at USD $3 billion. Projected blockchain revenues from 2021 to 2025 range from USD $7 billion to over USD $40 billion, signifying a huge investment in the technology. The tamper-proof attributes of blockchains, leading to immutable sets of transactions records, represent a higher quality of evidence for internal and external auditors. Blockchain technology will impact the performance of the audit engagement due to its attributes, as the technology can seamlessly complement traditional auditing techniques. Furthermore, various fraud schemes related to financial reporting, such as the recording of fictitious revenues, could be avoided or at least greatly mitigated. Frauds related to missing, duplicated, and identical invoices can also be greatly curtailed. As a result, the advent of blockchain will enable auditors to reduce substantive testing as inherent and control audit risks will be reduced thereby greatly improving an audit's detection risk. As such, the continuing use and popularity of blockchain will soon mean that auditors and information systems security professionals will need to deepen their knowledge of this disruptive technology. If you are looking for a comprehensive study and reference source on blockchain technology, look no further than The Auditor's Guide to Blockchain Technology: Architecture, Use cases, Security and Assurance. This title is a must read for all security and assurance professionals and students looking to become more proficient at auditing this new and disruptive technology"--PPN: PPN: 1882640756Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-4-NLEBK | BSZ-4-NLEBK-KAUB
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