SOX, GLBA and HIPAA: Multiple Regulations, One Compliance Solution
SOX, GLBA and HIPAA share a common regulatory compliance thread - the need to use automation to ensure continuous compliance with required IT controls.
These regulations require technical safeguards to protect or guarantee the veracity of critical information. With SOX, it’s for public companies to guarantee accurate financial accounting. GLBA protects personal financial information of an organization’s customers. And HIPAA protects and guarantees the privacy of an individual’s personal health information (PHI). What all three have in common is the requirement for specific IT controls. Learn more about these regulations and how to automate manual processes with an integrated change auditing and configuration control solution.
View now to discover:
- An overview of SOX, GLBA and HIPAA
- The compliance requirements these regulations have in common
- The capabilities an organization must have in place to address these compliance requirements
Principle of Langin Law Firm LLC
Daniel J. Langin is an attorney with over 20 years of experience in trial and corporate practice. For the last 16 years, he has focused on advising businesses on technology, intellectual property and commercial law. Dan has spoken and published issues of technology law and policy in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Israel, and has been quoted by CNN, USA Today, CIO, Computerworld, Boardwatch and the Boston Business Journal. He is a former member of the Aspen Institute’s Internet Policy Project.
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- Aug 24, 2009