Daniel Stevenson from Grey Monarch and Andy Glenn from Nottinghamshire County Council will deliver Taking the Headache Out of Employee Access and Authorisation Review/Recertification:
Most companies, whether by regulatory governance or best practice, have to undertake regular Employee Access and Authorisation recertification – the process of ensuring that employee access remains commensurate with their job role and, amongst other things, Data Protection regulations. However, each employee’s SAP access and authorisations can be an incredibly difficult and time consuming process.
It often involves creating numerous amounts of manual reports, then trying to ‘translate’ technical role names or t-code names into a language that a business process owner or data owner might understand, and then managing a huge amount of eMails between you and the said business/data owners. In this session we will show how this process can be automated to make it quick, user-friendly, and most importantly how it will keep your business safer and your auditors happier.
Daniel Stevenson and Bridget Worth will also Present: Cleanse, Control, Detect, Automate: The 4 Key Elements to Ongoing SAP Security Management
Whilst designs and implementations of SAP security models can differ wildly from organisation to organisation, the ongoing management of them requires continual; Cleansing, such as removing unused or unnecessary authorisations in roles and users; Control, such as segregation of duties compliance; Detection, such as real-time monitoring for fraud or sensitive access and; Automation, perhaps to speed up the on-boarding new employees or to automatically remove access of ‘leavers'. In this session, we will give an overview of how various functions within ProfileTailor Dynamics’ can underpin all of these activities to provide organisations with advanced around-the-clock security support.
We will also be joined by Erwin Alders from SAP who will be presenting: SAP will tell you about the latest developments in the GRC 12.0 release
This will include developments in the areas of Fiori UI and integrations (e.g. Successfactors and the Cloud) Also the usage of SPA Access Control in relation to S/4Hana database and Cloud products will be touched upon.
Brian Froom, SIG Chair, will update you on his trip to Walldorf, to Meet The SAP Developers.
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