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Sarbanes-Oxley compliance with EventLog Analyzer

ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer acts as a SOX compliance software that conducts in-depth auditing across the network to help you comply with Section 404 of SOX concerning IT process controls. The solution also provides SOX compliance reports to simplify regulatory procedures.

SOX requirements Reports by EventLog Analyzer
Sec 302 (a) (4) (A), (C) & (D)
  • User Logon and Logoff
  • Logon Failure
  • Audit Log Access
  • Object Access
  • System Events
  • Successful or Unsuccessful User Account Validation
  • Terminal Service Sessions
Sec 302 (a)(5)
  • Audit Policy Changes
  • User Access
Sec 302 (a)(6)
  • User and Computer Account Changes
  • User Group Changes

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Frequently asked questions

What is SOX?

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, or SOX, is a law enacted in the United States to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and protection of financial information from unnecessary disclosures by business entities. This compliance regulation is designed to increase the transparency around financial reporting with defined processes for internal controls. SOX protects the public's financial data from unwanted exposure, insider threats, cyberattacks, and security breaches.

What are the different sections listed in SOX compliance?

SOX compliance has 11 titles, and each title is further divided into sections. The most important sections within SOX are listed below:

  • Section 302: Mandates a set of internal audit procedures to ensure accurate financial disclosure.
  • Section 404: Requires management and external auditors to audit internal and access controls.
  • Section 409: Mandates disclosing financial conditions or operational changes in the enterprise to the public.
  • Section 802: Explains the criminal charges and sentencing for companies that fail to comply with SOX.
  • Section 906: States the implications of filing misleading or fraudulent reports.

Who must comply with SOX?

The following industries and companies are mandated to comply with SOX and conduct SOX compliance audits:

  • Publicly-traded companies, foreign institutions, and subsidiaries
  • Accounting firms
  • Private companies planning an IPO

Charities, private companies, and nonprofit organizations are not required to comply with SOX. However, when any organization destroys or exhibits false financial information, SOX holds the authority to issue penalties for non-compliance.

How does SOX compliance relate to data security?

SOX focuses on ensuring that organizations that deal with the public's financial data maintain the necessary standards to protect this information from data breaches and unauthorized accesses. There are dedicated clauses, like SOX sections 302, 404, and 409, that require monitoring, logging, and regular auditing of network activities. These include database, login, account and user activities; internal controls; and information access.

Monitoring these actions helps organizations gain better understanding of what's happening in the network and detect anomalies, breaches, and cyberattacks in the early stages. With SOX reporting software like EventLog Analyzer, you can automate these actions and curb cyberattacks effectively.


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