Keep your company's financial reporting reliable and financial data safe
Created in response to the accounting scandals that occurred at major corporations in 2001 and 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires that publicly-traded companies ensure their internal business processes are properly monitored and managed. Financial reporting processes are driven by IT systems, so IT needs to be configured securely and maintained properly. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has identified five areas that need to be addressed to meet SOX internal control requirements and support SOX compliance, two of which are risk assessment and monitoring.
If your company is publicly-traded, Rapid7 can help you with SOX compliance by:
Finding and fixing vulnerabilities
Nexpose scans all your assets and finds areas of risk in your systems—from vulnerabilities to misconfigurations and malware exposure—and helps you prioritize how to fix these issues with exploitability information, so you can concentrate on the most dangerous threats first.
Giving you a plan of action to keep financial data safe
When you use Nexpose to find security issues in your infrastructure, you can easily generate a number of risk assessment reports, from detailed reviews of discovered risks to tactical remediation plans using our built-in SOX compliance scan template.