Outsourced SOX Compliance

 

Complying with Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) includes documenting how technology risks and controls support financial reporting processes. When management requires assistance in their internal assessment, our ITAS professionals can co-source with an existing Internal Audit department.

Our goal is to ensure that IT general control (ITGCs) processes are in place to support the accurate and complete transmission of financial data.  ITGCs encompass processes over security administration (logical and physical access), change management and computer operations (which includes backup and recovery).

With a decade of SOX-related experience, we have developed a scalable and cost-effective approach designed to support your compliance every stage – from initial implementation to ongoing remediation and monitoring. Throughout, we maintain a focus overall efficiency and effectiveness.

 

Security Administration

  • Policies & Procedures
  • Password requirements
  • New hire provisioning
  • De-provisioning
  • User access reviews
  • Privileged access
  • Network security
  • Physical access
  • Entity level
  • Control environment

Computer Operations

  • Change testing
  • Approval to implement
  • Emergency changes
  • Access to migrate a change

Change Management

  • Job monitoring and resolution
  • Restoration testing
  • Backup procedures

 

 

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