Since the Sarbanes Oxley Act (PDF) became law in 2002, corporations have largely risen to the challenge of meeting the law's requirements - implementing technology, controls, and processes to succeed at SOX audits and allow top executives to comfortably approve financial statements.What's less well understood is that regulations like SOX are creating the opportunity for businesses to fundamentally improve risk management and IT governance.
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