Poorly designed roles make security difficult to manage. Learn how to create a good role structure for an efficient, sustainable security model.
In this video, security and audit guru, Carrie Curry, discusses Best Practices for Role Design on your ERP system.
Firstly, she reviews why role design is an important issue when setting up security for your ERP System.
Next, Carrie discusses three important points when it comes to design.
Finally, she provides tips to avoid common pitfalls.
It’s critical to stay on top of the User Management in your ERP system and it can become a very complex process.
In this video, security guru Carrie Curry introduces you to Best Practices for User Management.
Firstly, she talks about User Lifecycle Management. Then, Carrie looks at the different types of users and provisioning that can take place.
Finally, she discusses compliance best practices.
Compensating Controls are critical to reducing the risk of fraud on your ERP. Ignore them and it could be a heavy price to pay!
In this video, security and audit guru, Carrie Curry, discusses Best Practices for Compensating Controls on your ERP system.
Firstly, she reviews what a Compensating Control is.
Next, Carrie provides helpful tips for designing the controls and talks through some examples.
If you don't accurately monitor data changes in your ERP you're leaving your organization open to fraud!
In this video, security guru Carrie Curry introduces you to Best Practices for Data Monitoring.
Firstly, she looks at why you should monitor changes to critical or sensitive data.
Then, Carrie discusses the key objectives when it comes to monitoring.
Finally, she explains how to get started and gives some examples of data analysis tests that can be performed in different areas of your business.
It's essential to be in good shape when the auditors arrive! These helpful tips provide some guidance.
In this video, security guru Carrie Curry introduces you to Best Practices for Audit Reporting.
Firstly, she reviews the importance of Audit Reporting.
Next, Carrie discusses the goals and outcomes of each report.
Finally, she provides a recommended list of specific reports.