The Sarbanes–Oxley Act (also known as the ‘Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act’ and ‘Corporate and Auditing Accountability and Responsibility Act’) applies to all U.S. public companies (large and small), public accounting firms and firms providing auditing services. SOX compliance contains:
Both must be developed, implemented and reviewed periodically.
Moving financial data to the cloud? With the growth of companies storing financial and other business critical information in the cloud, specifically the public cloud, IT and security are inextricably linked into the overall financial reporting process in these systems.Read our quick guide to learn:
To comply with SOX, management must have a clear understanding of who owns and who is authorized to access financial documents.
CloudLock’s cloud security solution helps organizations achieve SOX compliance by:
We’re a publicly traded company with over 1,000 employees using G Suite. We have to follow the same SOX compliance requirements for our documents in Google Drive (Docs) as we do with traditional on-premise file servers.Cliff Dixon, Vice President of IT at Quality Distribution Read full case study
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