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Privileged User Monitoring for SOX Compliance
Many companies face the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance challenge of monitoring all the data activity of their most privileged users. Those challenges include

controls monitoring  financial data, reporting on controls, and responding to problems. Learn about a database auditing and protection solution that can help capture targeted activities, without impacting the performance of production databases and software. Read More
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Process-based Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
The right balance of automated processes with paper records and manual, human interaction is necessary to keep costs under control with a flexible yet

controls monitoring  automated control monitoring, manual controls testing, and self-assessments; monitoring critical procure-to-pay, order-to-cash, or reconcile-to-report process configurations and transactions, ideally with pre-delivered, automated control tests; ensuring compliance with Section 404 of the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX); implementing effective IT governance and alignment with Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies (COBIT); deploying consistent, automated control tests across Read More
Attributes of Sarbanes-Oxley Tool Sets Part Two: Information and Communication, Monitoring, and Startup Tips
An earlier article, Audit Considerations for Enterprise Software Implementations, included a brief discussion of the use of computer-based tool sets and

controls monitoring  of caution regarding internal controls are warranted. The type of continuous monitoring process needed for SOX will put an additional strain on your control processes. You will need to have consistent, verifiable, and monitored internal processes regarding problem resolution when dealing with business activity defects. After error detection, the reconciliation process begins with understanding who's responsible and accountable for correcting the problem and when must it be corrected. Of course, someone, Read More
The Challenges of Defining and Managing Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
A broader, more structured approach is needed to effectively manage governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC). Enterprises will then be better able to

controls monitoring  business predictability by rationalizing controls and risk responses across the enterprise. … Which (Ideally) Manages All Conceivable Risks Risk management applications provide frameworks for identification of risk; analysis of potential impacts and appropriate responses; and the monitoring of mitigating actions and reporting—all in a structured manner. When implemented holistically, more effective risk management practices should be able to improve decision making and create significant value Read More
10 Steps to Continuous Compliance: Putting in Place an Enterprise-wide Compliance Strategy
Understanding the full scope of risk in today’s complex business environment is a must for achieving compliance with governmental mandates and industry

controls monitoring  requirements Understand the IT controls that affect your business Identify all in-scope IT components Collect fine-grain user and system activities Store all logs centrally for the required time period Implement regular tasks Implement and verify continuous monitoring Substantiate reports and alerts Understand the requirements The first step is to understand the requirements of the regulations you must meet in your industry. No matter what industry your company plays in, there are numerous mandates and Read More
Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center
Common methods for monitoring the data center environment date from the days of centralized mainframes, and include such practices as walking around with

controls monitoring  Physical Threats in the Data Center Common methods for monitoring the data center environment date from the days of centralized mainframes, and include such practices as walking around with thermometers. But as data centers continue to evolve with distributed processing and server technologies that drive up power and cooling demands, you must examine the environment more closely. Monitoring equipment isn’t enough—learn how to better manage your data center. Read More
Is Something Fishy Happening To Your Website?
Freshwater Software offers powerful solutions for website monitoring. There’s a product or service for every budget and every type of site, and the customer

controls monitoring  Something Fishy Happening To Your Website? Product Background Freshwater Software specializes in website and web server monitoring. They offer a product, a service, and a hosted service; each of these is configurable to a user's specific needs. The three offerings are: SiteSeer . This service provides external monitoring of a web site from outside the firewall. It provides information about the user's experience by answering questions like: Can the site be reached at all? How long does it take the site Read More
Quoting and Costing for Multiple Units of Measure
A common need of plastics producers is real-time shop floor production monitoring. This serves many purposes, including tracking cycles on tools or machines

controls monitoring  and Costing for Multiple Units of Measure Many Roads Lead to Quoting and Costing, in Multiple Units of Measure Most (if not all) of the plastics producers mentioned in Differing Plastic Flavors desire simplicity of estimating costs by using the system's manufacturing tables. This means the ability to quickly run a variety of different cost scenarios by indicating the quantity breaks and factoring in the data on multi-cavity and family molds, the percent of planned time expected to be used, the Read More
2010 Application Delivery Networking Challenge: Accelerating, Securing, Optimizing, and Monitoring Applications
Over the past seven years, wide-area network (WAN) optimization has transformed from an interesting point product that solved isolated problems into a strategic

controls monitoring  Application Delivery Networking Challenge: Accelerating, Securing, Optimizing, and Monitoring Applications Over the past seven years, wide-area network (WAN) optimization has transformed from an interesting point product that solved isolated problems into a strategic cornerstone of enterprise application delivery strategy. Not surprisingly, during this time, WAN optimization evolved to meet a growing set of customer needs. Learn how WAN optimization has evolved into a complete model of enterprise IT Read More
Application and Network Performance Monitoring in a Virtualized Environment
As you implement a virtualized environment, knowing how to monitor and maintain them becomes yet another challenge. Monitoring network and application traffic

controls monitoring  and Network Performance Monitoring in a Virtualized Environment As you implement a virtualized environment, knowing how to monitor and maintain them becomes yet another challenge. Monitoring network and application traffic in an environment containing one-to-many relationships between physical hardware devices and virtual application servers presents a number of concerns. Learn about the traffic flow in virtual environments, and the various visibility options and their ramifications. Read More
The Total Economic Impact of IBM Tivoli Monitoring and IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager
In September 2009, IBM Tivoli commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment (ROI) of deploying

controls monitoring  Total Economic Impact of IBM Tivoli Monitoring and IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager In September 2009, IBM Tivoli commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment (ROI) of deploying monitoring solutions from IBM Tivoli—the IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) and IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager (ITCAM) family of products. This paper provides a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of those products on your organization. Read More
Integrated by Design: The Superior Strategy for Investment Portfolio Reportin
Systems for monitoring, managing, and reporting on financial assets are mission-critical—particularly in a volatile investment environment. Yet, far too many

controls monitoring  Investment,reporting,analytics,integrated,SaaS,solution,accounting,compliance,performance,risk Read More
How to Assess Unix Configurations with NetIQ
NetIQ Secure Configuration Manager can help you protect your IT infrastructure and meet compliance requirements in the IT controls areas of entitlement

controls monitoring  requirements in the IT controls areas of entitlement reporting and segregation of duties. This holds across many different platforms, none more important than Unix and Linux. Learn how to make it work for you. Read More
Evans Resource Group
Evans Resource Group (ERG) is a global leader in SOA and BPIC security. Its patent-pending testing, mapping, and monitoring software offerings, combined with

controls monitoring  Resource Group Evans Resource Group (ERG) is a global leader in SOA and BPIC security. Its patent-pending testing, mapping, and monitoring software offerings, combined with its expert assessment and remediation consulting services, provides a comprehensive and holistic approach to an area of the network that is overwhelmingly lacking in security; the business process interconnectivity space. Evans Resource Group specializes in BPIC and SOA applications and provides solutions for data security and IT Read More
Top 10 Reasons to Automate Operating Expense Controls
If you’re like most small to midsized business executives, your primary focus is on growing revenue and controlling company spending. However, you probably use

controls monitoring  to Automate Operating Expense Controls If you’re like most small to midsized business executives, your primary focus is on growing revenue and controlling company spending. However, you probably use paper-based processes to deal with company expenses. Without an automated system, you have limited ability to actively manage spending—and can only hope that spending decisions remain within budget and in compliance with company policies. Read More

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