Who has access to your FinancialForce data? You should be asking this question regularly, whether to comply with regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), or just maintaining security. While FinancialForce is loaded with great features, it does not have an easy way to review user access or run segregation of duties (SoD) analysis.
With Fastpath Assure® you can solve the problem, allowing you to run these reports on demand. Assure gives companies the ability to create and schedule access reports to meet the specific needs of security or audits, even allowing you to automate most of the process. Within the SoD module you can maintain your conflict ruleset, review existing conflicts and record mitigations for easy audit reporting later. The Access Review module allows you to track and sign-off on user access to your sensitive data.
Recognizing FinancialForce is probably one of many systems you have in scope, and Fastpath can run concurrently across multiple applications from a single dashboard. Let Assure maintain your security across your entire company, including Salesforce, Oracle, SAP, all Microsoft Dynamics applications, NetSuite and Intacct.
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