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Few business issues are higher profile than compliance. The number and scope of compliance regulations have increased dramatically over the last few years, making compliance an ever-complex business and technology challenge. Whether aimed to prevent fraud and anti-money laundering, to combat international terrorism, or to ensure financial accountability and privacy, a kaleidoscope of international, federal and state regulations - such as the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act, Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel II, Bank of England, Bank Secrecy Act, HIPAA and others - dramatically impacts how companies do business.

To be successful, organizations serious about compliance must also be serious about data quality because at the core of any reliable compliance program is quality data. Ideally, an organization's compliance software will provide specialized data quality and matching capabilities as part of an all-encompassing enterprise compliance and case-management solution.

Organizations that have pieced together their compliance process should carefully review its design and audit its results to ensure that the process that has developed over time is up to the task of meeting the company's current requirements. In particular, organizations that plan to use existing data quality software for their compliance efforts must carefully examine the software's ability to effectively extend its rules and processing capabilities in order to provide mission-critical and compliance-specific capabilities, without which the entire compliance process could be undermined.

Innovative (www.innovativesystems.com) is pleased to partner with DM Review in bringing you the valuable regulatory compliance news, information, and insights that are presented in this resource portal.

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Coping with Compliance: Sarbanes-Oxley and the IT Infrastructure
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Solving Sarbanes-Oxley: A Business Intelligence Perspective
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Pragmatic Approach to Compliance Data Collation
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Sarbanes-Oxley and the Branch Office
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HIPAA Patient Information Security and Privacy Mandates Strengthen Business Case for Electronic Report Distribution Systems
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Information Security Harmonisation-Classification of Global Guidance
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Information security standards-COBIT, ITIL, NIST and SSE-CMM, to name a few-may sound like alphabet soup, but a new book published by the IT Governance Institute provides a road map to the standards, clarifying their use and benefits. Based on a global survey of 5,000 Certified Information Security Managers (CISMs), Information Security Harmonisation-Classification of Global Guidance examines 17 internationally accepted security guidance based on 12 criteria. "This in-depth evaluation helps business and information security managers identify the security guidance that is most appropriate for their organizations or most helpful for improving their own skills and knowledge," said Leslie Macartney, CISA, CISM, the book's author and chair of the CISM Certification Board of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). The criteria used to evaluate the security guidance include circulation, goal, drivers for implementing the guidance, risks of noncompliance, timel

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