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Surviving Sarbanes-Oxley Audits: Lessons Learned by Database DBAs

Surviving Sarbanes-Oxley Audits: Lessons Learned by Database DBAs

by Rick Turoczy on September 30, 2005

Publicly held companies are now required to track and accurately report financial information as defined by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act enacted in 2002. One purpose of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) legislation is to guarantee that such companies have secure systems for managing, reporting on, and auditing their financial transactions, which translates into having financial databases with secure access, sensible controls, and reasonable disaster recovery capability. Louis Columbus explains how SOX, particularly Section 404, affects databases in the enterprise resource planning arena.

Surviving Sarbanes-Oxley Audits: Lessons Learned by Database DBAs

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