Segregation Of Duties: A Building Block For Enterprise IT Controls
March 20, 2007
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Organizations are increasingly focused on segregation of duty (SoD) controls, driven by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) and similar regulations. The increasing complexity and diversity of IT business applications require organizations to consider automated control solutions that may provide efficiency in review and enforcement of business application controls. But there is no perfect end-to-end fit regarding SoD controls, as there are many intricacies of IT applications in a heterogeneous environment. Enterprise IT organizations need to develop a strategy for SoD based on proactive and preventative controls and related procedures. Also, automated solutions for monitoring, detection, and prevention should be placed around the business applications and the enterprise IT architecture, recognizing that these solutions are still maturing and that multiple point solutions are required.
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Table of Contents
- Segregation Of Duties Is A Critical Controls Concept
- Defining The Controls Universe
- Use SoD As A Building Block For Enterprise Controls And GRC Strategies
- Manage IT Control Risks With A Sustainable Solution Framework
WHAT IT MEANS
- The Risk And Controls Context Is Moving Well Beyond SOX
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