The question is:
Which of the following is not a key risk area for computer fraud?
B. Lack of managerial understanding
C. Inability to secure access to data
D. Integration of data systems
And the correct answer is C, but I don’t know why it is not a key risk area.
I’m not sue whether C means:
Inability to get access to data; or
Inability to make access of data secure.
If it’s the second, then it’s definitely a key risk. If it’s the first then the use of English is poor.
I’m not sure that D is a key risk area (what ever ‘key’ means). Provided the system is well-designed, I don’t think integration makes fraud more likely.
Overall a poor question and don’t worry about it too much.
Got it! Thank you so much, sir.
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