At Okta, we run compliance differently. Most organizations place compliance under either the legal or finance team, who don’t work with their security team to ensure those controls are implemented effectively. At Okta, we use security to drive compliance.
RSA Archer Maturity Models guide organizations through the journey from baseline risk management to optimized processes that balance opportunities and risks. View the Maturity Model Snapshot to discover the stages of maturing your audit management processes.
SQL Server provides robust capabilities to monitor itself and it can be easy to be overwhelmed with the choices presented through catalog/dynamic management views, extended events, server side traces (for older versions of SQL Server), or performance counters. This is true on the security side as well. In this whitepaper we’ll present the top ﬁve items you should be auditing on all of your SQL Servers, and how to do them. Keeping an eye on these items will help you verify database security and access in your environment.
Print Management provides a breakthrough answer to today's top business challenge: reducing overhead without harming productivity. Jim Salzer of DocuAudit Intl. shows how Print Management allows you to control documentation expenses by outsourcing the management of your current print environment.
Discover the hidden dangers posed by privileged users and the damages they have caused. This webcast features two senior analysts from Burton Group Identity and Privacy Strategies, as well as IBM identity and access management solutions address this security and compliance challenge.
Taxes are certainly not fun, but there is something worse: an audit. Combine the two in a risk and compliance scenario and you have the onerous "audit tax," a figurative term used to describe the expenses a company incurs when deploying resources and manpower to satisfy the burgeoning set of internal and external compliance and audit mandates.
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Quick and easy implementation and maintenance guide for ongoing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance
For most companies, achieving compliance to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) has proven to be more challenging, and more costly, than initially anticipated. In many cases, initial and second-year compliance efforts were found to have strained company resources, causing a shift of focus away from such areas as internal audit in order to meet SOX requirements.