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What is SOX Compliance? 2019 SOX Requirements & More

A definition of SOX Compliance In 2002, the United States Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) to protect shareholders and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices in enterprises, and to improve the accuracy of corporate disclosures. The act… Read More

NYDFS Certification Of Compliance Deadlines Loom

There are two imminent Certification of Compliance deadlines with the two-year transition period around NYDFS’ Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR Part 500) set to end on March 1. Financial services companies subject to NYDFS’ Cybersecurity Regulation only have another month… Read More

True Data Privacy Cannot Exist Without Addressing The Insider Threat

Protecting sensitive customer data is a huge priority for today’s organizations, which face intensifying regulatory and compliance pressures and unwavering customer expectations. A single data breach can take a tremendous toll on customer loyalty; 70 percent of consumers report… Read More

Why The CISO’s Voice Must Be Heard Beyond The IT Department

In a recent company board strategy meeting, the CFO presented the financial forecast and outcome and made some interesting comments about fiscal risks and opportunities on the horizon. The COO discussed efficiency in operations, explained how the company may… Read More

How Can Companies Move The Needle On Enterprise Cloud Security Risks And Compliance?

More than ever, customers understand their right to data privacy. As major brands continue to lose sensitive data to cybercriminals in high-profile cloud security failures, customer trust in companies across industries is fading. Only 25 percent of consumers believe… Read More