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  • From: "Vankerkom, Tom" <tvankerkom@kpmg.com>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 15:17:50 +0100
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Hi all,
I am creating an internal audit paper regarding XML.
I am having troubles finding documents (papers, websites, articles, ...) about audit issues related to the usage of XML.
The usage of XML can be as data interchange (EDI), database interfaces, content management, etc.
If someone could provide me with some sort of audit programme, that would be perfect.
A list of xml related audit issues would be just as great.

Tom Vankerkom
Junior Advisor

Information Risk Management a division of KPMG Advisory

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e-mail tvankerkom@kpmg.com


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