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With Sarbanes-Oxley, compliance takes center stage for CIOs

If, five years ago, you asked a group of chief information officers for their number-one issue, they might have said storage capacity, security or bandwidth.

Today, the consensus issue is compliance, particularly with the new spate of securities legislation, highlighted by Congress's passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, or SOX, as it has come to be called. SOX, which was passed larg......

Full article >>> altham, Massachusetts-based Verdasys, a security software vendor. "Be sure that you have controls, be sure that people aren't altering information that you don't know about." To aid in that effort, Verdasys sells software that monitors a company's PCs and laptops at the kernel level so that a company can see what its risk areas are and enforce their information usage policies.

"Everybody ......

Full article >>> br> In addition, the criminal and civil penalties for noncompliance up to 20 years in prison for certain violations has created a new urgency for compliance and more pressure for CIOs to drive compliance, said Rob Neumann, managing director for Burwood Group Inc., a Chicago-based consulting firm.

"Be proactive around taking care of issues that are known, because now we've been through a......

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