Sarbanes-Oxley includes best-practice methods for meeting
Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. It provides exactly what is necessary
to prove that you have effective control over access to
financial data, including changes to the user accounts with
authorized access and the ability to raise a red flag when a
breach in procedures is encountered -- all necessary steps
to meeting your auditor’s requirements.
Control and Productivity Tools were assembled to meet Sarbanes-Oxley
compliance issues. This is a comprehensive solution centered around the
management of event logs and the ability to interrogate events
in real time; identify the events that are required for
reporting and provide a means to automatically respond to events
that require immediate attention. Additionally, Janco automates
the process of archiving event logs from critical servers and
workstations that contain financial data.
Janco's tools isolate the events that show specific
interaction between data and the systems that protect
that data. Events fall under the categories of:
IT and Internet
Log-on & Log-off
System Events - such as ensuring the integrity of event logs by
identifying and reporting when an event log is cleared by an
unauthorized user or when a gap in the processing of events
These rules identify
the occurrences of the specific actions that must be monitored
and recorded for compliance. When a specific event is
identified, one or all of the following can take place:
Notification can be sent via e-mail or pager, collected,
and store event information.
Control Productivity Tools for IT and Internet for Sarbanes-Oxley provides
the tool that management and auditors rely on to prove
that “internal controls” are in place and effective.
Operational Control Productivity Tools for IT and Internet
- the unlimited version
Network Event Viewer - unlimited version
Metrics for the Internet, IT, and Service
Control Productivity Tools for IT and Internet delivers a specific
compliance reports that meet Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Health
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); Federal
Information Security Management Act (FISMA), International
Organizations for Standardization's for Security (ISO 27000
and the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards.
enables network administrators to monitor
local and networked disks, receive custom e-mails alerts,
graphically view usage history, recurs entire disks to determine
directory usage, and generate reports.
for the Internet, Information Technology and Service Management
The Metrics for
the Internet, Information Technology and Service Management
HandiGuide is over 300 pages, defines 540 objective metrics,
and contains 83 metric reports that show over 240 objective
cover all areas of the Internet, Information Technology, and
Service Management -- including WIRELESS metrics. In
addition, there are industry specific examples for financial
services, distribution, manufacturing, education,
entertainment, government, hospitality, insurance, medical,
real estate and retail.