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Quiz: Test your regulatory compliance smarts


Are you up on regulatory compliance? Test your knowledge with these regulations and see if you can match up each regulation with the correct requirements. When you're done, jot down your answers on a piece of paper and then click over to the Regulatory Compliance and Critical System Protection chart to see how well you did.

 

1. HIPAA a. Outlines criteria for accepting electronic records and signatures and for documenting and validating authorized change processes to systems and software involved in the creation of electronic documents

 

2. FDA21 CFR 11 b. Assures privacy of customer data for financial institutions
3. SEC17 CFR 240 c. Requires that where patient data is recorded, stored or transmitted there must be a record of the change and patient's signature
4. Sarbanes-Oxley d. Establishes controls and procedures for electronic securities transactions
5. Basel II e. Provides direction for managing capital risk, supervisory interaction, and publish risk disclosure for large banks
6. Gramm-
Leach-Bliley
f. Provides guidelines for corporate governance and oversight of accounting and audit practices as well as financial record retention
7. Clinger-Cohen Act g. Regulates firms providing IT products and services to the U.S. government
This was last updated in July 2008

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