Managing access risk in SAP has traditionally meant purchasing expensive software and suffering through drawn-out implementation periods just to run your first report.
With Fastpath, you can run your first report in a few days. Leverage our intuitive user interface, responsive tools, and unparalleled support team to start managing risk now. That’s why our software has been specifically designed with user-friendly effectiveness in mind.
With comprehensive audit solutions that automate and simplify risk analysis of access and the efficient managing of SoD compliance, Fastpath Assure® allows you to worry less about the grind of internal controls, and instead, focus on your business.
Undetected conflicts are a company’s worst internal nightmare. That is why effective segregation of duties (SoD) within users’ access is vital to its health.
Segregation of duties is the practice of separating the access needed to perform a business process between multiple users in order to limit the risk of fraud, error, and misstatement. You don’t want to give one person the capability of both creating and paying a vendor because you run the risk of the user creating and paying themselves as a vendor.
By reviewing, analyzing, and alerting you to any potential conflicting duties within your internal controls, the SoD module ensures access among users is kept at the bare minimum, keeping your company safe from critical access mistakes that could allow undetected fraud and errors.
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.
Schedule periodic reviews and sign-off of different types of access to ensure only the people who should have access actually do: Conflict, Role Assignment, Critical Access, Business Process, and Product access.
The Access Certifications module will allow you to define owners of the access type for review and schedule reviews for both full access reviews and rolling access reviews.
Regardless of your company size, multiple people in various roles are using the system to enter and obtain information. However, that does not mean they all need access to the same information. In fact, it is in the company’s best interest to limit access to users to help prevent fraudulent activity. SAP Access Controls can prevent this type of fraud by providing everyone with the minimum rights they need to do their work, and nothing more.Read More
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