Webinar on 4.18.19 by GRC 20/20 and Fastpath: Automated Controls Across Multiple Business Systems - Building a Business Case & Articulating Value to the Organization
While audit processes have improved since the implementation of SOX, the automation of continuous access monitoring has continued to be siloed and encumbered by manual processes and point solutions. Manual processes require high-value company resources to spend time on low value manual procedures to scope, request, collate, and review data.
This cost grows exponentially in a heterogenous business application environment. It taxes and slows down control processes, and makes reporting very time consuming and often inaccurate because of scattered access and systems. Segregation of Duties, access management, and configuration and audit trail data analysis and review should be standardized and automated in a centralized platform, allowing implementation of simpler and more efficient and effective processes that take days not weeks.
GRC 20/20 Research has conducted a detailed study of organizations that moved from manual and siloed approaches to Fastpath for automated controls across multiple business systems. GRC 20/20 found that organizations that utilize Fastpath make their automated and continuous control monitoring processes more efficient, effective, and agile. This results in a quantifiable return on investment.
- Avoid the costs of manual document-centric processes in wasted time and resources
- Scope and implement once
- Identify specifics on how software makes issue reporting and case management more efficient, effective, and agile
- Automate redundant processes
- Measure and quantify the value in time and dollars saved with automated control software
- Analyze risk at the most granular level in less time than current processes take
- Report on status and risk in minutes
- Build a business case to justify case management software in your organization
On April 18 @2pm ET, join presenters Michael Rasmussen from GRC 20/20 and Aidan Parisian from Fastpath as they outline how a single cross-application platform can make access and configuration management more efficient and effective.