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The rules are still evolving, but RiverOne CEO Chris Smith says tech companies will need a more nuanced approach.
Security group says law may lead to a "compliance-based approach rather than a risk-based approach," compromising information security.
Complying with the law may be a headache for IT departments, but new federal guidelines could ease the burden.
Tech CEOs can't imagine that Sarbanes-Oxley's backers ever thought compliance would cost so much, says CNET News.com's Charles Cooper.
Problems related to the financial accountability rules will hold up release of the report, the supercomputer company says.
Spotting fraud in huge amounts of corporate compliance data is like finding a needle in a haystack, analysts say.
The initial shock of the new law may be over, but an expert says the act will still spur companies to spend more this year.
In a survey, 66 percent said that regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and others have improved security.