Ph.D., Temple University, 1991; B.B.A., University of Houston, 1984
Privacy, electronic commerce and information security measures, accounting information systems, expert systems, neural networks, decision support systems, technology and capital markets
Prosch, M. (working paper with R. Nemer), "Privacy, Data Polluton, Organizational Responsibility and the Sustainability of Informatin Ecologies.
Prosch M. (working paper with J.S. David, "Designing Privacy into the Value Chain.
Arizona State University: 2000-present. Previous Appointments: University of Southern Europe, Lehigh University
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
"Outstanding contribution to the establishment of the Section's Journal: Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting," American Accounting Association, 1999-2002; "Leadership, initiative, and service in achieving the section's goal by serving as Chairperson," American Accounting Association, 2000-2001
Member, American Accounting Association, Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Screening Committee, 2003; Editorial Board, Journal of Information Systems, 2002-present; Editorial Board, The International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 2001-present; Member, AICPA's Privacy Task Force, 2000-present
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Senior International Accountant, Newmont Oil Company, 1985-1986; Accountant/Microcomputer Consultant, Feliciana Corporation, 1984-1985; Accountant, H. Startzman & Co., 1981-1984
Prosch M. 2009. "Preventing Identity Theft Throughout the Data Life Cycle," Journal of Accountancy, 207(1): 58-62.
Prosch, M. (2008). "Protecting Personal Information Using Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP) and Continuous Control Monitoring to Enhance Corporate Governance," International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, 5 (2), 153-166.
Prosch, M., McKee, T.E. and R. Quick (2008), "A Comparison of the Information Technology Knowledge of United States and German Auditors," International Journal of Digital Accounting Research.
Ray, A., Prosch, M., & Roberts, D. (2007). "Performance and Perceptions in an Online, Distributed Environment: Effects of Collaborative Vs. Individual Activities." Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, 4 (2)
Prosch, M. (2006). "Outsourcing and Privacy: 10 Critical Questions Top Management Should Ask." AICPA's Information Technology Center. 2006 - present.
Protecting Personal Information Using Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP) and Continuous Control Monitoring to Enhance Corporate Governance
International Journal of Disclosure and Governance
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ACC 444 - Enterprise Proc Analys & Desgn
Addresses the major business processes of an enterprise, the impact of recent technological innovations and requisite internal controls. Advances an understanding of the current regulatory environment as it pertains to process controls.