Fastpath Assure® includes features for Access Reviews. The Access Review module pulls user
The Access Review module in Fastpath Assure makes reporting easier by allowing you to pull the exact data you need when you need it. The module has the functions necessary to create repeatable, scheduled reports for the sensitive areas of your business. These reports can be shared with necessary approvers and sign-offs can be recorded.
User access may change over time. Promotions, department changes, mergers and temporary access needs can all result in access changes for your users. Problems occur when old access or temporary access is not disabled after the change. This is where regular access reviews become necessary.
With the Access Review module, Fastpath Assure allows you to review system access regularly so changes don’t go unnoticed. We see about 75% of our customers find unnecessary and incorrect access in their system during training alone. Just imagine what regular and in-depth reviews can find. With Fastpath, easily
Which areas of your business are sensitive? This can be different for every company, due to industry needs, regulations, or control design. These include areas where access means the ability to create, view, or edit data that is critical to your business or its financials.
The Access Review module in Fastpath Assure allows you to create reports to show who has access to the sensitive areas specific to your company. These reports can be scheduled, automatically sent to reviewers, and saved for repeatable audit
Understanding the basic need for all businesses to secure access to their financial data, the Access Review module includes an out-of-the-box Critical Access review. Critical Access reviews allow organizations to define access critical to their organization and review that access for fast ROI and compliance with regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
When auditors review your system for Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance, they look for proof of controls securing access to sensitive data. Within your system you should have active and passive controls, and one of those controls can be regular review. You don’t have to review everything, but those areas of sensitive access should have regular checkups. Manual reviews are highly inefficient and costly.
To assist in this portion of SOX compliance, Fastpath Assure’s Access Review module can automate this process. Reports for sensitive and critical access areas can be run with the push of a button within minutes, rather than the days or weeks a manual process requires. These reports can be downloaded or sent for approval on a schedule and sign-offs will be recorded for later audit assessments.
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