The Public Company Accounting Remote and Investor Protection Act was enacted in 2002 in response to questionable accounting practices from major corporations. This act is also known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), named after the congressional representatives that introduced the law.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires that all publicly traded companies implement and affirm a framework of internal controls supporting accountability and integrity of the financial reporting process. The collection, management and analysis of log data are integral to meeting many SOX requirements.
Out-of-the-Box SOX Compliance
Ensure compliance with SOX requirements with real-time system monitoring. Automate the collection, archiving and recovery of logs across your entire IT infrastructure. LogRhythm will automatically perform log data categorization, identification and normalization to make reporting and analysis easy.
Our SOX Compliance Package help you use industry best practices for applications, intrusion detection systems, malware systems, network access control systems, remote access systems, wireless access systems and file integrity monitoring. These can all be easily customized to fit the needs of your business.
We can help your organization improve its overall security and SOX compliance posture while reducing costs. LogRhythm empowers organizations to directly comply with many SOX requirements through out-of-the box SOX reporting packages and the automation of log management, review, analysis, alerting, archiving and retrieval. To ensure SOX compliance, information systems are monitored in real-time.
Get the facts you need to know about the log management, log analysis and event management requirements for SOX compliance and how LogRhythm can help you comply.