Here's the Challenge
Since 2022, all publicly traded companies in the U.S. have had to comply with SOX, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act - both on the financial side and on the IT side - to protect shareholders and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices in enterprises.
The act forever changed how corporate electronic records and financial data is classified and stored. Because it's a regulatory standard, organizations need to prove to auditors that internal controls are in place, communicated, and enforced around data, with evidentiary trails.
Here's the Solution
Digital Guardian gives organizations the ability to monitor and control sensitive data, enforce policies, and log every user action. With the correct policies in place, corporations can prevent unauthorized users, even those with administrative access, from viewing regulated data and ensure that financial data is accurate and protected against loss.
Digital Guardian can help automate SOX compliance, reduce SOX management costs and provide supportable evidence in an audit that all of your compliance efforts are worth the effort.
CLASSIFY AND PROTECT FINANCIAL DATA
MEET SOX COMPLIANCE DEMANDS
DEEPEST VISIBILITY ACROSS YOUR ENTERPRISE AND THE CLOUD
EDUCATE USERS WHILE GUARDING AGAINST RISK
Keeping financial Customer Financial Data Safe
Before Digital Guardian, regulatory compliance and internal governance was difficult to achieve given the limited knowledge of where and how sensitive data moved.