Several months ago, you thought that Sarbanes-Oxley was something that CEOs and CFOs had to worry about to keep themselves from cooking the books and going to jail. Think again.

Today, you flunked your first audit associated with Sarbanes-Oxley. To add insult to injury, you now have a few months to rectify your deficiencies. With limited resources, you can't afford to spend additional cycles on compliance at the expense of day-to-day operations.

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