Segregation of Duties in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
With fraud on the increase and auditors on your back, it’s time to implement efficient, reliable Segregation of Duties controls.
Automate Segregation of Duties for fast, accurate results
Without native tools to help, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers struggle to implement effective Segregation of Duties controls.
The complexities of EnterpriseOne security make it extremely difficult to ascertain exactly what users can access, let alone find out if they can violate your SoD policy.
We have specialized tools that automate the process. Taking into account the full range of possible access paths, you can analyze your users’ access against your SoD rules and report on violations.
So SoD reporting takes much less time and technical effort, which means you can run it more often to reduce the risk of fraud and keep your auditors happy.
Preventive SoD controls help you keep your system clean
Accurate SoD reporting is good for detecting existing SoD conflicts, but once you’ve fixed them, you need preventive controls to avoid new ones.
With our security management tools, when you add or change access rights, you can check for potential SoD conflicts before you update the live security table.
The Smart Way to Manage Segregation of Duties in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
A Self Service, Cloud-based Security Audit Service which analyzes your E1 security, identifies vulnerabilities and makes recommendations for remediation.
Integrated, automated Segregation of Duties and audit reporting to help you identify vulnerabilities and provide evidence for your auditors.
Flexible access and compliance reporting: produce user-friendly, tailored reports to satisfy your specific auditing and compliance requirements.
Streamline Role Assignments with a workflow to process Role requests and approvals, including proactive Segregation of Duties checks prior to assigning Roles.
Reduce your security management workload by up to 80% with powerful tools to create an efficient, scalable and sustainable security model.