J-SOX, Japan's Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, is considered the Japanese version of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX). The J-SOX compliance law introduces strict rules for the internal control of financial reporting in order to protect investors by improving the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosures.
Cost of non-compliance with J-SOX could involve criminal litigation, and penalties for company officers.
Financial institutions can benefit by communicating these sophisticated safeguards—and the enhanced control of data—to auditors and shareholders.
- By deploying SafeNet’s authentication products and network encryption solutions, enterprises can have the added shareholder confidence that a recommended and comprehensive information security approach is being taken.
SafeNet offers sophisticated controls over what financial data can be accessed, and by whom.
- SafeNet's products use granular encryption capabilities and centralized key management.
- Products offer detailed logging capabilities so that organizations can both understand and report how sensitive financial data is used and managed.
SafeNet’s field-level encryption capabilities secures critical data inside from internal and external threats.
- By implementing this solution, organizations significantly enhance internal controls, gain more sophisticated visibility of how and when sensitive data is accessed, and mitigate the threat of internal fraud.