Managing Application Risks & Controls FAQ

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Managing Application Risks & Controls FAQ

Since the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Protiviti published several editions of frequently asked questions addressing many topics pertaining to compliance with various provisions of the Act, and in particular with Section 404. 

We published the Guide to the Sarbanes-Oxely Act: Managing Application Risks and Controls with the intention of building off of our prior publications by providing more specific guidance on how to identify relevant applications and the related risks that are important to SOA compliance, and how to most effectively test the controls that mitigate these risks. The questions listed in this document are ones that have arisen in our discussions with clients and others in the marketplace who frequently deal with SOA compliance matters and are focused on improving internal control over their critical business applications.

 

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