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April 25, 2006
According to a new report, companies following Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act will see a decline in compliance costs in their second year. However, experts say IT spending on SOX compliance in general will continue to grow.
September 21, 2005
Recognizing the effect regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley is having on iSeries users, SkyView Partners, PowerTech and Bytware announced products that help users with compliance.
June 02, 2004
Search400.com expert Ken Graap shares an Audit Code Entries cheat sheet.
December 19, 2003
A number of new laws may promote good business practices and fuel spending. But a few IT pros find them aggravating and, sometimes, downright unnecessary.
Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations.
Want to know if a user has copied a file from the AS/400? Use QUADJRN and look at ZC and ZR to detect changes and reads of the files. Continue Reading
It is inevitable that your shop will be audited by someone looking specifically at computer security arrangements. One control that all auditors hone in on, is proof that your System i program base is not tampered with. Rich Loeber lays out a simple... Continue Reading
This organized list will guide you along your way to maintaining a secure iSeries system. Undoubtedly, the iSeries is one of the most secure platforms out there, but don't be mistaken in thinking that it is untouchable. Address the basic security ... Continue Reading
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Too often computer security is an afterthought or just a pain in the neck issue that has to be dealt with because the operating system seems to require it. If this is the case in your shop, then most likely no one is responsible for security. This... Continue Reading
One user writes, "Are there special requirements in the SOX laws that are related to the need of technical documentation on the applications?" Security expert Carol Woodbury responds. Continue Reading
Achieving SOX compliance does not ensure business resilience or continuity. There are extra steps you should take to make sure that your business is protected. Continue Reading