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Compliance Quizzes

We've gathered quizzes to test your knowledge of compliance and related issues. You'll find quizzes about complying with legislation, such as Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPAA, and standards, such as PCI and FFIEC.

Need more background information before you get started? See our definitions for compliance, compliance audits and corporate governance and governance, risk and compliance.

  • Compliance Basics -- Our quiz tests your knowledge on things compliance-oriented, including legislation to be complied with, and organizations that demand compliance.

  • Compliance II: The letter of the law -- Take this quiz to find out how fluent you are in the language of information security laws and regulations.

  • Regulatory Compliance --See if you can match up each regulation with the correct requirements.

  • Are you SOX-savvy? -- Test your Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and software knowledge by taking a SOX compliance quiz.

  • Compliance and e-Discovery -- Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up when it comes to data compliance.

  • Compliance-driven Role Management -- How well do you know role and entitlement management, IAM deployment and access control systems? Test your knowledge with this quiz.

  • Making Compliance Automatic -- Use this five-question quiz to test your knowledge of automated compliance in the enterprise.

  • Comliance Improvement -- A five-question multiple-choice quiz to test your understanding of the content presented by expert Richard Mackey in this lesson of SearchSecurity.com's Compliance School.

  • PCI DSS Compliance -- A five-question multiple-choice quiz to test your understanding of the content presented by expert Diana Kelley in this lesson of SearchSecurity.com's Compliance School.

  • Extending Compliance -- This quiz is part of Ensuring compliance across the extended enterprise, a lesson in SearchSecurity.com's Compliance School.

  • Virtualization and Compliance -- Test your knowledge of data loss issues in virtualized environments, operational discipline techniques to find virtualized machines and strategies for outsourcing security.

  • Using IAM tools to Improve Compliance -- This quiz is part of SearchSecurity.com's Identity and Access Management Security School.

  • HIPAA Compliance -- This quiz is part of SearchSecurity.com's Compliance School.

We've got lots more! Want to study up? See our Compliance Learning Guides and Tutorials. You also can find relevant news, research and expert advice on our dedicated website, SearchCompliance.com.

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This was last updated in February 2010
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