SOX Cloud Compliance Tag

Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance for financial software like cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) requires process management, documentation and high levels of service and system availability. Use this SOX compliance checklist to better understand cloud accounting SOX requirements when reviewing your current financial systems or to...

Data center security standards  for SOX are a critical factor when going public in the cloud or moving a publicly traded company’s financials to the cloud. Chief Compliance Officer Glen Medwid discusses how SOX impacts operational controls for IT and how RoseASP provides documentation that data...

Even if you are not publicly traded, you may be doing your business a disservice by not adhering to SOX compliant objectives. Chief Compliance Officer, Glen Medwid, discusses why businesses who have no SOX Compliance obligations should still make SOX compliant objectives a critical component...

Cloud providers and hosted solution providers for SOX regulated companies must be able to work closely with external auditors and provide the necessary transparency into internal controls to satisfy the SOX auditing objectives that deal with financial information systems. Chief Compliance Officer, Glen Medwid, discusses the importance...

Chief Compliance Officer Glen Medwid discusses an effective change control process and how IT change management impacts SOX cloud policies. The Change control process is a critical component to IT SOX compliance and certain change management protocols must be followed by cloud providers who host and maintain accounting...

Backup and Recovery for Dynamics Cloud SOX Compliance Complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002 is required of public companies, and even if you are not currently a publicly-traded company, SOX compliant practices today will reduce your risk of financial errors, fraud and breaches in...

Before hosting your critical data and accounting systems in the cloud, there are a few key considerations to evaluate about the cloud provider’s IT operations regarding compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002.  In this post we will look closely at IT Operations Management...

In order to truly deliver SOX compliant cloud services and infrastructure, a cloud provider must have standardized and documented policies for Change Management, Logical Access Restrictions, Physical Security Policy, IT Operations and Backup & Recovery. We will be discussing physical security policy in this post. ...

In this post we will be discussing logical access controls for cloud systems that meet SOX compliance requirements.  If you want to get in-depth info on the other top five areas of control for SOX compliance, check out this eBook on SOX Compliance Requirements for accounting...