[time-nuts] Article: Regulations focusing on backdating have prompted corporations to pursue technical solutions centered around time synchronization to eradicate the practice
jaredmorrisen at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 22:09:09 EST 2007
>>And just how does this prevent someone altering the files's timestamp?
Not sure what your point is.
On 2/21/07, Dr Bruce Griffiths <bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
> Jared Morrisen wrote:
> > Interesting piece...
> > *Weak Enforcement of Corporate Governance and Lax Technical Controls
> > Enabled the Illegal Backdating of Stock Options*
> > *Conclusion*
> > The backdating fiasco demonstrates that the need for synchronized time
> is a
> > crucial business and technology requirement. As such, it is an integral
> > of an effective network and security architecture. Ensuring accurate
> time is
> > relatively inexpensive and offers a significant ROI. And it is a great
> > to stop your company from getting negative press — not to mention to
> > your management team from being indicted.
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> And just how does this prevent someone altering the files's timestamp?
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