SOX – SARBANES-OXLEY ACT


What is Sarbanes-Oxley Act?

The SOX Act, or the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is an act that requires much more stringent rules for accounting and management firms as well as public company boards. It regulates the accuracy of financial recordings.

This act came to be after numerous scandals that made the public lose confidence in the securities industries. The SOX act adds numerous provisions that can confirm whether or not a business’s financial activities are correct and un-tampered. Non-compliance with SOX act can result in hefty penalties.


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Our services for SOX compliance

Our comprehensive security risk assessment methodology using our SECURITY 2.0: {REACTIVE . PROACTIVE . COUNTERACTIVE} framework and a DEFENSE IN DEPTH 2.0 methodology, considers SOX compliance requirements in depth.

Some of our services that include SOX compliance requirements are:

  • Assessment of IT general controls related to section 404 of SOX.
  • Security Risk Assessment (NIST CSF or ISO/IEC 27001 based)
  • Findings report including feedback and recommendations for improvements.
  • Creation of policies and procedures


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