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Publication Date: May 2004
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'R Audit Focus


A quarterly newsletter from the Office of
Audit & Compliance Review


Nur Erenguc, Chief Audit Executive
May, 2004


Brian Mikell- OACR's New Director of Auditing


Inside this issue:





Brian Mikell
OACR's New Di- I
rector of Auditing


Information Secu-
rity is Everyone's I
Responsibility


External Audit? Be
sure to notify 2
OACR


Is there a Univer-
sity rule on Nepo- 2
tism? Yes


Using the my UFL
systems: What do
the Auditors 2
Want? By Anne
Burt




We're on the Web
at:

OACR.UFL.EDU


Brian D. Mikell, CPA
joined OACR as Di-
rector of Auditing &
Management Advi-
sory Services on
April 30. Brian is a
UF alumnus. He


Information Security
Responsibility

"People think this is a minor problem,
need to do is hire someone to come i
put up a firewall, all I need is to h
password access. Wrong! It is not a m
problem, and it is not easily fixed. It tL
constant attention and there is no si
bullet." -Richard A. Clarke, former
tional Coordinator for Security, In
structure Protection, and Coun
Terrorism


S- Information security
Changes constant
Therefore, the Uni
sity's management of
risks is an ongoing process. The bo
administration, and employees all h
different roles in developing and im
meeting an effective security proc
The University can achieve effective
ployee awareness and understand


comes to us with 22 years experience in
the Florida Auditor General's office where
his responsibilities included audits of the
University for the past 13 years. He may
be reached at 392-1391, ext 24, or by
email at bmikell@ufl.edu. See our organi-
zation at http://oacr.ufl.edu/


is Everyone's


all I through security training, self-
n to assessments, audits, and monitoring. Em-
zave ployees should understand and be held
inor accountable for fulfilling their security
ikes responsibilities. All units must have writ-
lver ten IT security policies and proce-
Na- dures. Your Unit Information Security
fra- Manager is responsible for the coordina-
ter- tion of IT security policies and proce-
dures. See UF Information Technology
Security Policy at http://www.it.ufl.edu/
risk policies/securitv/


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External Audit? Be sure to notify OACR


OACR provides a central point for coordi-
nation of, and responsibility for, activi-
ties that promote accountability, integ-
rity, and efficiency in the University.
This includes the responsibility to coordi-
nate all audits of all programs, grants and
operations of the University including
those performed by federal and state


auditors. To effectively ful-
fill this responsibility, it is
important that OACR be
promptly notified of any audit expected
to be received by the University or its re-
lated entities and be represented at audit
conferences both before and after the au-
dit by calling (352) 392-1391.


OACR Address:

Office of Audit &
Compliance Review
341 Tigert Hall,
P.O. Box 113025,
Gainesville,
FL 32611

Tel: (352) 392-1391
Fax: (352) 392-3149



Editors

Liana Hadjigeorgiou
lianahcaufl.edu

William Moon
wmooncaufl.edu

Suzanne Newman
suzmcdcaufl.edu









We're on the Web
at:
OACR.UFL.EDU


Rule 6C1-1.009 University of Florida; Em-
ployment of Relatives Employment of
related persons in a single organizational
unit or in job-related organizational
units, where such employment involves a
conflict of interest, actual or potential is
discouraged. Relatives or related persons
means individuals who are related as fa-
ther, mother, son, daughter, brother, sis-


ter, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew,
niece, husband, wife, father-in-law,
mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-
law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, stepfa-
ther, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter,
stepbrother, stepsister, half brother, or
half sister. See full text of the Rule at
http://www.hr.ufl.edu/faq/rules.htm.


Using the my UFL systems: What do the Auditors
Want? by Anne Burt


Anne, former OACR Audit Director, now
serves as the UF Bridges auditor. Anne
addressed some of the implications of
the transition to the new Web-based, inte-


grated systems from an auditor's perspec-
tive in the most recent Bridges Advisory
published May 4, 2004 at http://www.
bridges .ufl.edu/advisorv/Advisorv4 .df.


Office of Audit & Compliance Review
341 Tigert Hall
P.O. Box 113025
Gainesville, FL 32611


4 L16IDA


Is there a University rule on Nepotism? Yes.




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