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The differences in internal controls at each level of architecture (part 2 of 3)

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The differences in internal controls at each level of architecture

Welcome back. We have arrived as noted in my opening IT World post at the point where, expert Matthew Kern will share a new...

What COBIT can do for you

A KPMG consultant walks through its application of the Control Objectives for Information and RelatedTechnology framework at the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System. How to get beyond internal controls

Canadian IT execs prepare for a change of SOX

The Japanese version of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to be enacted next April will provide previously lacking guidance for IT departments around ensuring internal controls meet compliance requirements, according to Canadian analysts.

C-SOX issues still dog Canadian firms

What Canadian companies can learn from the U.S. SOX experience as Bill 198 compliance starts to creep in to the enteprise.

Canadian firms pulling up their SOX says study

According to a recent study by IDC Canada, the Canadian version of the American Sarbanes-Oxley legislation has figured more prominently among Canadian firms this year. Bill 198, which was enacted in 2002, has been top of mind for many Canadian executives especially as the timeline for compliance started kicking in last year for some companies.

Canadian IT execs face ‘J-SOX’ compliance rules

First came Sarbanes-Oxley. Then Bill 198. Now IT managers who work for Japanese-owned firms may have to deal with another layer of controls. What you need to know before the April deadline

Guarding against the enemy within

While organizations remain focussed on building formidable fortresses to keep the bad guys out, there

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