The IT SOX and IPO journey

Critical factors for building a successful IT SOX compliance program to get IPO-ready

There are many complexities that organizations typically face during an IPO journey (both pre and post the IPO date) and throughout the lifecycle of IT SOX readiness.  Establishing a robust system of internal control — one that invokes the intent of SOX and all the related SEC rules and PCAOB standards — is not a mission for the uninformed. In order to “take control” of your internal controls, knowledge must precede implementation.

Read our latest Application Risk insights article that reveals the complexities and lessons learned as part of an IT SOX and IPO journey., in particular:

  • The evolution of SOX and how changes impact us
  • Level setting on IT SOX requirements and standards
  • Common challenges and lessons learned from the field
  • Tackling the challenges – What does “good” look like?

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Richard Knight

Richard Knight

Principal, Advisory, and U.S. IT-Internal Audit Solutions Leader, Technology Risk Management, KPMG US

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Christian Leva

Christian Leva

Managing Director, GRC, KPMG LLP

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Neal Bradsher

Neal Bradsher

Principal, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk, KPMG US