Date Added: Nov 2009
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires that senior managers personally vouch for the accuracy of corporate financial statements. A key part of compliance, therefore, is proof that the data supporting those statements is as accurate and valid as possible. Most enterprise organizations apply a wide range of network security technologies to this problem. This complex, multi-layered approach falls short when it comes to specific Act compliance directives covering risk assessment, control activities, information and communications, and monitoring.