In 2002, following the high-profile Enron and WorldCom scandals that adversely affected millions of shareholders and the general public, the Securities and Exchange Commission created the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This Act refers to what type of business records must be stored and for how long. In general, all business records, including electronic messages, must be saved for at least five years. This means IT departments now must become Sarbanes-Oxley compliant or face fines, and possible imprisonment up to 20 years, or both.
To face the challenge of becoming SOX compliant head-on, take advantage of the services of Avatier. At Avatier, we develop innovative identity management compliance software that provides solutions for businesses and organizations around the world. We offer sophisticated SOX 302, 404 and 802 compliance software that will help you create and maintain corporate records in a cost-effective manner.
Our software can monitor, record, and provide alerts to administrators on possible security breaches by analyzing the information on the corporate network. Whether an improper disclosure comes from email, HTTP, or some other source, Avatier will find it and store it for possible use in an investigation.
Do not take unnecessary risks. Comply with the Sarbanes- Oxley Act today and contact Avatier. We can have you SOX compliant almost immediately with our innovative products. To find out more about our SOX compliant software, please contact an Avatier representative.