Join us for this behind-the-scenes look at how Snowflake’s finance team uses the Data Cloud to automate Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) controls.
Maintaining corporate and financial disclosures compliant with the SOX Act requires analyzing large volumes of data including journal entries and user access. However, with such large volumes of data siloed in different systems, internal audit teams typically have little visibility into errors, anomalies, trends, and risks. As a result, financial departments are unable to act in real time, and are at risk for potential surprises during an external audit.
Using the Snowflake Data Cloud, Snowflake’s own internal audit team has automated key SOX controls, equipping them with real-time insights and alerts to take immediate action.
In this session, leaders of Snowflake’s internal audit team will dive into how:
- Snowflake uses the Data Cloud to automate key SOX use cases including user management, journal entry analysis, and separation-of-duties analysis
- Snowflake’s internal audit team partners, develops, and uses real-time dashboards and alerting
- The Data Cloud can help automate your SOX compliance
Head of Internal Audit, Snowflake
IT Internal Audit Manager, Snowflake
Head of IT Audit, Snowflake