Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) & Regulatory Compliance
How Does Sarbanes-Oxley Affect IT?
The obvious answer is that the integrity of the data that is used to formulate financial reports is
critical. It is not limited to just those systems that directly hold financial information, but it includes
systems that hold supporting data to prove that that information is correct. And it includes the systems
and networks that compile, store, and transfer this information.
How Celeritas Can Help:
Let us assist you with developing IT systems and procedures to support your
SOX auditor's recommendations by implementing any or all of the solutions below:
- Evaluation & recommendation of automation tools
- IT and Security Best Practices - Licensed for ISO 17799
- Access Control - User Management, Access Auditing and Access Monitoring
- Event Management - Tracking, reporting and responding
- Change Management - Controlling the turnover of changes to production
- Disaster Recovery - Site configuration, failover, hot standby, clustering
- Hardware Management - Hardening of systems, entrance and exit criteria
- Software Management - Software release, application review, segregation of Development, Test and Production
- Document Creation and Management - Document templates, organization, review, and management.
- Development of Policies and Procedures - Procedures that your IT staff and auditors can live with.
Put us to the test. We're ready.
Sarbanes-Oxley Case Study
||A large, Midwestern utility requested Celeritas' assistance in reviewing server scripts and procedures
to confirm that their enterprise system architecture was compliant with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
Celeritas reviewed their systems, made recommendations, implemented the required changes, and
created documentation to satisfy the SOX auditor requirements.
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