Corporate Misconduct: The Legal, Societal, and Management Issues

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NOTES
1.
F. Guterl, J. B. Levine, and N. Gross, "The Technology Payoff," Business Week, June 14, 1993, pp. 57-79.
2.
R. K. Doost, "Accounting Irregularities and Computer Fraud," National Public Accountant 35 ( 1990): 36-39.
3.
J. R. Davies and A. Waxman, "Computer Fraud: Has Management Lost Control?" (Part 1), Management Accounting--London 70 ( 1992): 34-35.
4.
R. L. Price, J. S. Cotner, and W. L. Dickson, "Computer Fraud in Commercial Banks: Management's Perception of Risk," Journal of systems Management 40 ( 1989): 28-33.
5.
P. Collier, R. Dixon, and C. Marston, "The Role of Internal Auditors in the Prevention and Detection of Computer Fraud," Public Money and Management 11 (Winter, 1991): 53-61.
6.
J. Thomas and K. T. Thomas, "Computer Fraud Perpetrated Against Small Independent Food Retailers during the Direct Store Delivery Process," Journal of Small Business Management 30 ( 1992): 54-61.
7.
P. Viles, "Hackers Plead Guilty in Contest Fraud," Broadcasting and Cable, May 3, 1993, p. 42.
8.
P. G. Neumann, "Fraud by Computer," Communications of the ACM 35 ( 1992): 154.
9.
Doost, "Accounting Irregularities," p. 37.
10.
J. Sykes, "Computer Crime: A Spanner in the Works," Management Accounting 70 ( February 1992): 55.
11.
E.F.R.T. Force, Report on the Study of EDP-Related Fraud in the Banking and Insurance Industries ( New York: North American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 1984).
12.
Swedish Hackers Association Newsletter (an underground publication), 1992, front page.
13.
B. Landreth and H. Rheingold, Out of the Inner Circle: A Hacker's Guide to Computer Security ( Bellvue, Washington: Microsoft Press, 1985).
14.
G. Meyer and J. Thomas, The Baudy World of the Byte Bandit: A Postmodernist Interpretation of the Computer Underground, Working Paper ( DeKalb: Northern Illinois University, Department of Sociology, 1990).
15.
J. P. Lucich, Testimony before the United States House of Representatives, Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance, June 9, 1993.
16.
Ibid.
17.
Ibid.
18.
W. Stallings, Business Data Communication ( New York: Macmillan, 1990), p. 74.
19.
D. Bolton, "The Brave New World of Toll Fraud," Rural Telecommunications 11 ( March/April 1992): 14-20.
20.
R. B. Levin, The Computer Virus Handbook ( New York: McGraw-Hill, 1990), p. 7.
21.
J. McAfee and C. Haynes, Computer Viruses, Worms, Data Diddlers, Killer Program, and Other Threats to Your System ( New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989), pp. 60-61.

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