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  • Passwords still the weakest link

    But more software is beginning to keep insiders from using shared or administrative passwords to access restricted data files, helping to ensure SOX compliance. 

  • Find the right SOX tool

    SOX spending is shifting to technology, as companies automate compliance processes. Here's what you need to know to spend your technology budget wisely this year. 

  • McAfee pays $50 million in accounting fraud case

    The Santa Clara, Calif.-based network security provider agrees to a cash penalty to be distributed to harmed investors, per the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. 

  • CSOs seek regulatory sanity in 2006

    IT security officers long for a common system to comply with laws that are similar, but often have conflicting demands. Some say a single set of federal guidelines could help, but others fear the implications. 

  • The CISO's newest duty: bailiff

    At the CSI 32nd annual Computer Security Conference, CISOs say compliance is becoming more burdensome as they must often ensure executives stay out of trouble. 

  • Commentary: Why companies still struggle with compliance

    A security analyst with a major rental car company has some theories on why companies aren't meeting government mandates for data security. 

  • SOX: New rules for year two

    AMR Research analyst John Hagerty offers advice for executives grappling with compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. 

  • Five compliance questions to ask your CEO

    The Open Compliance and Ethics Group Technology Council tells CIOs to ask CEOs these five questions. 

  • Competing regulations clog road to compliance

    It's difficult for most organizations to cope with today's multitude of compliance regulations, but an expert at Information Security Decisions said security frameworks may be the answer. 

  • Active Directory getting critical look from regulators

    Auditors are honing in on directory services to see if companies have internal controls now mandated by law.