Going public comes with inherent
risks beyond the market
Like the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) in the US, Japan's Financial Instrument and Exchange Law (commonly referred to as “J-SOX”) was enacted to protect investors by ensuring corporate information is disclosed in a fair manner during an IPO release. Japan’s publicly traded companies are required to adopt internal controls for financial reporting and disclosure and to provide a detailed audit trail for these controls in order to meet J-SOX compliance standards. Tripwire promotes a top-down risk-based approach to evaluating the effectiveness of internal IT infrastructure controls.
Tripwire’s comprehensive solution:
- Provides detective control of IT infrastructure changes and event activity and alerts unauthorized changes or activities for investigation.
- Delivers the hard evidence of IT configuration audit and control that auditors want in accordance with Section 24-4-2/24-4-4 of J-SOX.
- Maintains internal control of financial reporting (ICFR) and provides accurate and timely data for your Securities Report.