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One of the most important discoveries for the human age was the Rosetta Stone. This piece of granite was the key element to decoding and understanding Egyptian hieroglyphs. Using this stone,it became possible to understand what the Egyptians wrote in their papyrus and allowed us to understand how the ancient Egyptians lived and thought. We understood.
Today, auditors sometimes face this (mis)understanding problem within their audit activities. Though not on par with the Rosetta Stone discovery, at times, a key to enabling different business units to understand each other is needed. Within the corporate world, there are different approaches and views of the same elements. This is probably one of the most complicated situations that an IT auditor can face. Sometimes it is difficult to explain to non-IT people the risk, findings and recommendations that an IT auditor discovers.
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