Most organizations are faced with the daunting task of managing the access for hundreds or thousands of users to anevolving landscape of multifaceted technology and applications. This becomes even more challenging as organizations constantly transform, employees’ assignments and responsibilities change in scope, and ERP application capabilities are regularly upgraded and enhanced. To support the onslaught of change, organizations have to employ a simple, functionally aligned, role-centric Access Controls program that balances the enablement of Oracle ERP application users with the divergent (and often difficult) task of restricting access to sensitive data and transactions.
Achieving this balance is not optional but rather required. KPMG LLP’s experience has shown that Oracle ERP access controls, when properly defined, can serve as an operational enabler. However, we see that Oracle ERP project teams often fail to appreciate the mandatory nature of the access controls requirements. Join this webcast to learn how the Securing the ERP principals can help you employ an Access Controls program that balances enabling and protecting with minimal impact on budget and time.
Securing the ERP – Application Security overview
ERP Access Controls leading practices
Compliance Considerations (business process controls/segregation of duties)
Role Based Access Controls development framework
Leveraging Access Controls to detect and prevent fraud and error