Access in a compliance world

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Access in a compliance world

Regulatory pressures continue to shape the demand for "more security" in IT operations. Sarbanes-Oxley is being implemented with a fair bit of grumbling, but it has caused many organizations to strengthen their security posture. CIOs who were previously stymied in their efforts to implement security programs can now wave the "Sarbanes-Oxley flag" to justify their IT investments.

These pressures are also forcing organizations to more closely examine who has access to sensitive data. This examination has lead to an increasingly common challenge for many organizations — how do I grant administrators just the right amount of access to do their job, while complying with ...

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