Getting Ready for OCC Unauthorized Change Control Requirements
A Practical Guide for Financial IT Leaders
If you’re working in the US Financial industry in any IT, Development, SecOps or compliance capacity, you are likely already aware of new guidance from the US OCC (Office of the Comptroller of Currency) for ensuring much better controls for Change Management across IT systems.
With banking failures, data breaches and service interruptions making the headlines every week, financial institutions can’t afford to sit back and wait for regulations, audits and possible fines to hit before getting ahead of unauthorized IT changes.
This practical 12-page guide from the digital transformation analyst firm Intellyx will give you critical insights and steps to take to prepare your company to proactively address OCC challenges. This self-examination using leading ITSM/ITOM and CMDB tools alongside an advanced change management solution from Evolven, doesn’t have to be a difficult transition process.
Leading institutions can not only pass any upcoming test with flying colors, they can automate much of the auditability and documentation requirements while gaining new levels of predictable reliability as a side benefit. There’s no excuse for not being ready now!
In this paper:
- Why these new guidelines came into existence
- What are the Change Control Requirements of OCC
- How they impact businesses
- When is the right time to get ready
- How to meet OCC compliance expectations