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La gran estafa En la película la gran estafa como breve resumen trata de un ladrón llamado Mr. Ocean se le ocurre la idea de robar tres casinos famosos de las vegas, sin embargo, nunca lo podría realizar solo con la ayuda de un gran equipo de expertos y muy buenos ladrones dedicados a la estafa.
En la película tomando en cuenta el tema de control empresarial visto en la clase pude rescatar algunos puntos que pudieron facilitar el robo de los tres casinos. El primer gran punto de que podría decirse hubo un gran error fue la falta de confidencialidad; como rayos cualquier persona puede obtener los planos de la bóveda de lo los casinos.
El segundo punto que a leguas se pudo ver en la película es Falta de seguridad de documentos ya que en la película la forma de trasportación de documentos clave es muy antigua y llega a parece de menos importancia.
El tercer punto que me gustaría remarcar seria que a pesar de su gran seguridad en las bóvedas la infiltración de agentes externos no es complicado. Ya que, si es una bóveda extraordinaria en realidad con un conjunto de habilidades y bien planeado es fácil entrar a ella.
Es importante resaltar sin duda el control interno de Benedict hace un reto importante para la estafa. Ya que el mismo dueño del casino esta precisamente enterado de cada uno de los movimientos, ganancias y seguridad de los casinos.
Un cuarto punto que puedo resaltar es la falta de control en personal autorizado; Como se pudo dar cuenta los uniformes credenciales los consiguieron con mucha sencillez asiendo así ninguna limitante para la infiltración al casino. Lo cual hace la fácil corrupción del empleado.
El último punto que me gustaría resaltar es el fallo de control el cómputo y cámaras de seguridad; porque la tecnología usada aparte de obsoleta muy fácil con ayuda de la falta de control de personal autorizado se pudo acceder a las cámaras de todo el casino facilitando aun más el robo.

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