Sarbanes-Oxley Data Compliance
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) legislates the retention and control of electronic records and financial transactions. SOX places responsibility on public companies and registered accounting firms to comply with stringent rules for the accuracy and reliability of information by strengthening records maintenance and auditing/reporting procedures.
Section 404 requires management to establish and maintain adequate internal controls for financial reporting. Section 802 requires procedures to guard against the falsification, destruction or tampering of certain financial records. Section 103 & 105 orders that critical documents be maintained for a period not less than 7 years.
Achieve SOX Data Compliance
- Data is always protected with 256-bit ASE encryption technology.
- Files are securely stored at geographically diverse datacenters in accordance with SOX standards.
- Data may be restored swiftly and accurately, along with any needed audit information.
- Data retention can be set for the specific length of time as mandated by SOX.