The Informational Risk - Operational Research Over The Net Accounting Result
There is the possibility that the information on which basis the informational risk hasbeen identified and evaluated, not to be correct and impicitly the financial statements not to be inconformity with the represented reality, affecting in this way the objective of the ‘trustworthyimage‘. On the other hand furnishing some distorted information represents exactly what is thecause of the materialization of the informational risk in the frame of the internal and externaldecision making processes of the information risk. In order to anticipate, evaluate and adequatelycontrol this risk, an important role could be held by the internal control in the entities that furnishinformation as well as in the entities that have the quality of users of it. In this frame, the carriedresearch has been focused on the analysis of the role and the importance that the internal controlcould have in the accomplishment of the targeted objectives by the financial statements and inconsequence to identify and adequate mechanism for diminishing the informational risk.
Volume (Year): 2 (2013)
Issue (Month): 15 ()
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