Keep your company's financial reporting reliable

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 they need to be configured securely and maintained properly. In addition, publicly traded companies must disclose material risks and incidents to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and investors. Penalties for noncompliance include civil fines up to several millions of dollars, cease-and-desist orders, and trading suspensions. Criminal penalties may apply for willfully certifying incorrect reports.

Below, learn more about SOX and how Rapid7 can help you achieve your compliance goals.

SOX Security Rule

Assess and disclose cybersecurity risks

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Maintain effective internal security controls

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Audit and disclose the effectiveness of security controls

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Detect and disclose material cybersecurity incidents

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Rapid7 SOX Brief

Ensure the security of IT infrastructure behind your company’s financial reporting processes. Whether those processes contain sensitive internal profits-and-losses information or external customer data tied to reporting systems, Rapid7 helps you communicate finances securely and stay SOX compliant.

Rapid7 SOX Brief