A Framework for a Standard Compliance Architecture
This paper is intended to persuade the academic community of the value of a standard user-friendly software framework to assist businesses to keep up with the rapid barrage of new regulatory compliance requirements. There is a clearly defined problem in today’s business world on the topic of how to manage regulatory compliance. Companies need a method to comply with regulations without amassing a mountain of new software programs, hiring additional staff, and avoiding the hefty mandated fines and overhead costs that are associated with regulations. This research paper substantiates the theory that it is possible for companies to use a framework to build a Standard Compliance Architecture (SCA) for monitoring compliance with regulations using a simple technology solution to ensure regulatory compliance. In this paper, we study several framework policy modeling and policy verification techniques, and we propose a corresponding basic taxonomy for the SCA.
Singh, Anandi, "A Framework for a Standard Compliance Architecture" (2020). ETD Collection for Pace University. AAI28002617.
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