Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is at the heart of many major IT initiatives and vendor offerings. However, while SOA has the potential to deliver business value through streamlined application integration, as well as integration with partners and suppliers, the open nature of SOA has the potential to cause problems with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. This article will look at compliance issues inherent in developing an SOA. Using a practical example, we’ll examine COSO Control Objectives, Risks, and their supporting IT systems from the perspective of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
Publisher: SOA Web Services Journal
Date added: 07/31/2018Management service oriented architecture