Tone at the top, for instance, can take a dramatic shift when a new CEO takes the helm. A company that was previously exempt from the SOX requirement for external audit attestation on internal controls over financial reporting may find it’s now susceptible to SOX 404(b). Adoption of a new IT system could open up security risks. For example, SOC 1 reports, which companies review from their SaaS providers, can expose a new audit risk when service providers change auditors.
By asking you the right questions and paying attention to what other companies are doing, RoseRyan SOX experts are on top of the latest changes that matter to your SOX compliance program, to ensure that the company will continue to have solid internal controls. Ongoing testing and monitoring keeps internal controls up to date and prepares the company for the annual SOX audit. To keep your company in Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, they’ll make sure your internal controls address the latest risks.
When you align your company with RoseRyan’s experts who have steep SOX audit knowledge and SOX reporting know-how, tending to your SOX program will feel seamless. Your team can keep their focus on where it belongs – their day job – and management will have confidence in the company’s financial reporting and assurance when the time comes to sign off on internal controls.