If you are unsure who has access to your Intacct data as well as the risks associated with their access, it may be time to rethink your audit tools. Running security access reviews regularly is necessary for complying with regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley, but it's also important to the maintenance of security and fraud prevention. Reporting on who has access to critical areas allows you to eliminate unauthorized or orphaned users, while analyzing permissions against a strong segregation of duties (SoD) rule set lets you recognize the risks existing in Intacct. The problem is the time it takes to run these reviews manually; making them quite costly.
Fastpath Assure® can help simplify and even automate this process. With Assure these reviews can be run on demand, cutting prep time from days to hours. Assure includes a customizable SoD rule set designed by certified internal auditors specifically for Intacct. The report templates in Assure let you review access security down to the lowest possible levels and can be easily adjusted to include the information pertinent to your business and compliance needs.
Sarbanes-Oxley regulations are complex, but there are ways to simplify it. In this short E-book, Norman Marks focuses on simplifying your controls and other considerations when choosing your GRC software.
GRC 20/20 Research, LLC (GRC 20/20) provides clarity of insight into governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions and strategies through objective market research, benchmarking, training, and analysis. Read their report on Fastpath Assure®, the security and compliance platform which won their "Innovation in User Experience for Automated Controls" Award in 2017!
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Whether you know the importance of access controls or not, implementing and maintaining them can still be a difficult part of your SAP security plan. The audit and security expert, Keith Goldschmidt, goes over what access controls are, how SAP handles them, how you should implement and maintain them, and even suggests some tools to make the process easier on you.