Confidentiality Of Data And Vulnerability Of The Financial Accounting Information Systems
The huge volume of exchanges of financial - accounting information using new technologies and involves a degree of protection to be ensured. Depending on the type of information it is searched to determine “the level of security”, but also potential risks that concern, and technical assistance will be provided entirely by the Department of Counseling and Information Service (DCIS). In the paper we highlight a few situations actually encountered in the economic agencies of our country and also believe that it is necessary to use methods (e.g. MELISA, MARION) to establish a lack of effective safety. We also propose the creation of a coherent security policy applied to the information systems to correspond to the international laws and regulations to which Romania joined.
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