CIOs turn spotlight on Sarbanes security issue
Chief information officers and chief technology officers from large corporations in the US and Europe are to meet in May to hammer out the implications of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance regulations for IT security.
Paul Kurtz, executive director of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance and former presidential adviser, will tell the RSA Security conference this week the meeting is needed to tackle "grey areas" in the effect of compliance regulations on IT systems.
By Bill Goodwin at MicroScope.
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