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Sarbanes-Oxley Database Compliance
Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure

database compliance  Oxley Database Compliance Under the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act, companies must maintain proven auditing practices and assure integrity and timeliness of data. Thus, companies must secure systems that monitor corporate data. To effectively accomplish this, you are best off investing in a solution that can comprehensively cover your reporting and auditing needs while providing you the capacity to respond swiftly should any incidents occur. Read More

Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirement...
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Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers

database compliance  executive notifications. Central integrated database An end-to-end, integrated solution that centralizes workforce management for decision support, analytical insight, and compliance with reporting demands of SOX and the DOL. Flexible reporting / auditing Time/date stamps for every transaction and a log for every change in the system. On-demand queries should allow business users to report on data without unnecessary reliance on IT. Security framework Ensure that the right people have the right access to Read More
Facilitating Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management
Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit

database compliance  Information Management with Effective Database Management Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit card transactions to product inventories. This valuable information is what runs the business. In order to protect this data and stay on top of compliance, an enterprise data management solution that respects information privacy regulations should be considered. Read More
Winning the PCI Compliance Battle
The payment card industry (PCI) Data Security Standard establishes common processes and precautions for handling credit card data. Although achieving PCI

database compliance  PCI Data Security , Database PCI Compliance , PCI Compliance Assessment , Security Risk Assessment , Risk Assessment Tool , PCI Security Audit , PCI Security Scan , Audit Risk Assessment , Requirement Risk Assessment , Regulatory Risk Assessment , Automated Risk Assessment . A Guide for Merchants and Member Service Providers Table of Contents The Payment Card Industry Locks Down Customer Data Compliance Requirements of the PCI Data Security Standard Participation and Validation Requirements Selecting a 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

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Managing Compliance with 21 CFR Part 11
Compliance with regulatory requirements is a business-critical need you must maintain. But meeting this need is more challenging with the creation of new

database compliance  Compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance with regulatory requirements is a business-critical need you must maintain. But meeting this need is more challenging with the creation of new regulations, such as 21 CFR Part 11, governing the use of software for secure data processing. But compliance is possible: an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can help with audits, document and digital signatures, validation scripts, and other security needs. Read More
4 Key Steps to Automate IT Security Compliance
An unprecedented wave of security breaches has led to the establishment of technical standards, IT governance frameworks and laws designed to improve and

database compliance  console, data collection agents, databases, add-on modules for compliance reporting and in some cases, a separate product that manages selective compliance policies. Simplified deployment, a reliable gold-standard of reporting, and overall lower TCO are primary benefits of the subscription-based SaaS approach. Role-based Access to data is critical to an organization made up of IT teams that all have some role to play in the compliance process. The roles played by all compliance teams IT operations, Read More
Exploring the Database Forest
This article for information technology (IT) leaders and database administrators portrays some of the most interesting trends that are shaking up the

database compliance  the Database Forest This article for information technology (IT) leaders and database administrators portrays some of the most interesting trends that are shaking up the information management industry, along with the noticeable effects that these developments are having on IT. Read More
Make Compliance Work for You
Compliance is often treated as a necessary evil that creates costs, disruption, and complexity. But these pains often result from dealing with compliance in a

database compliance  Compliance Work for You Compliance is often treated as a necessary evil that creates costs, disruption, and complexity. But these pains often result from dealing with compliance in a clumsy way due to a lack of resources and the absence of a compliance strategy. There’s a better way: using standards-based data management solutions that integrate with existing infrastructure and leverage automation to embed compliance at all levels. Find out how. Read More
Market Insight: Strategies for Overcoming Compliance Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry
To successfully meet compliance demands, pharmaceutical manufacturers must develop, implement, and track the effectiveness of a company-wide compliance strategy

database compliance  utilizes a SQL Server® database to insure data integrity and prevent data corruption. Source: Deacom, Inc. Resources Related to Market Insight: Strategies for Overcoming Compliancy Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry : Compliance (Wikipedia) Strategy (Wikipedia) Market Insight: Strategies for Overcoming Compliancy Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry Compliance Strategy is also known as : Compliance Strategies , Strategies for Compliance , Strategies for Overcoming Compliancy Issues , Strategies for Read More
PCI Compliance Cost Analysis
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) was created by credit card companies to protect cardholder data, ensuring that merchants and service

database compliance  Compliance Cost Analysis The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) was created by credit card companies to protect cardholder data, ensuring that merchants and service providers maintain the highest degree of information security. However, many retailers are still questioning its effectiveness and necessity in light of the high cost of compliance. Read this white paper to find out what this cost really means for your organization. Read More
Customer Compliance Demands: Beast of Burden, or New Business Opportunity
Today, compliance pains come from three sources: government, large industrial or retail customers, and even smaller customers who are asking for unique delivery

database compliance  Compliance Demands: Beast of Burden, or New Business Opportunity Today, compliance pains come from three sources: government, large industrial or retail customers, and even smaller customers who are asking for unique delivery, packaging, assembly or other services. This white paper presents compliance as an enormous opportunity for the small to medium size business owner. Read it and understand the compliance demands within the distribution environment and how they affect your business. 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

database compliance  including the way the database is structured and the way the source code is designed to behave. This deep understanding is required to support the testing and validation process, and to support decision-making on what transactions must be tracked at the audit level. In short and to recap, GRC's central repositories manage conceivable risks to help ensure compliance. Yet, to successfully harness this emerging, strategic software, GRC and its effective management require a broad yet structured approach. Read More
Getting a Return on Supply Chain Compliance
Change your paradigm by using supply chain compliance as a competitive tool to grow your business.  By viewing your organization from the inside out, you’ll

database compliance  a Return on Supply Chain Compliance Change your paradigm by using supply chain compliance as a competitive tool to grow your business.  By viewing your organization from the inside out, you’ll make better decisions and better position your company against the competition by building strategic partnerships. Read More
Segregation of Duties and Its Role in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Issues
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded firms to demonstrate that their accounting and reporting practices are in compliance with regulatory

database compliance  of Duties and Its Role in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Issues In the aftermath of some highly publicized cases of corporate fraud, the US government announced legislation designed to implement compliance and financial-reporting standards. The most notable of these laws is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002. The primary goal of SOX is to enforce a higher level of transparency into organizations' business processes, financial transactions, and accounting methods, to ensure that known and accepted Read More

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