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  • Experts: Better prepare for the regulations to come

    Compliance officers would love it if the federal government simplified today's regulatory maze, but recent data breaches make it more likely the maze will get more confusing. 

  • Managers missing point of intelligent patching

    Often seen as an unwanted necessity for compliance regulation, many data centers in the U.S. are now viewing intelligent patching as a viable solution for network management. 

  • SOX: New rules for year two

    What does it cost to make SOX controls visible? What about in real time? Find out what CIOs learned from round one of SOX fun. 

  • Sarbanes-Oxley: Seven steps to CYA

    Don't repeat the same Sarbanes-Oxley mistakes you made last year. Take this tip sheet to your next compliance meeting. 

  • Compliance shouldn't be a primary security driver

    Addressing regulatory compliance won't protect your organization from attack. One analyst notes what will help with up to 80% of your security issues. 

  • Will Cox cure SOX pain?

    Could nominee Christopher Cox ease the burden of SOX for CIOs? 

  • A Compliance Conversation: PEMCO's Kip Boyle

    Kip Boyle was hired as chief security officer of Pemco Corp. in October 2003. Compliance was not originally part of the job. But as compliance activities grew and became more important at his organization, Boyle was asked to take on the role of corpo... 

  • SEC: 404 budgets filled with waste

    The SEC slaps the hand of public accounting firms -- and tells C-level execs to get a better grip on SOX 404 requirements. 

  • Compliance regulations bite into bottom line -- but for how long?

    Now that most companies are meeting their compliance mandates, some wonder if IT security spending will take a hit. 

  • Opinion: SOX is stinking up 2005

    It's official: The Sarbanes-Oxley costs -- in time and money -- are rising higher than anyone expected and there may be a backlash before the calendar year is out.