Sarbanes-Oxley (English)

In: Network Security Policies and Procedures   ;  57-67  ;  2007

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Abstract

This chapter will discuss: How the internet scandals of the late 1990s and early 2000s led to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), What SOX is; The consequences of violating SOX, Risk management and data auditing as a key to gaining SOX compliance, Due diligence with members of the company’s extended enterprise, Document retention, and The cost of compliance and possible mid-course corrections for outside auditors.

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Information Technology and Its Role in the Modern Organization
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
11
The Extent of an Organization’s Connectivity
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
27
Network Physical Components
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
35
Legitimate Network Access
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
39
Illegitimate Network Access
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
45
Encryption
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
49
Balanced Scorecard
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
57
Sarbanes-Oxley
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
69
Physical Security
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
89
Disaster Recovery
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
103
Initial Employee Communication
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
117
The Human Element
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
131
Email, Instant Messaging and Phishing
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
153
Network Administration
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
159
Network Monitoring
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
163
Executive Communication
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
179
Information Security Awareness
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
195
Synthesis and Conclusion
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007
209
Draft Policies
Frye, Douglas W. | 2007