GRC: Case study: How Stanley Black & Decker implemented and manages SAP Access Control for multiple SAP instances

  • by Rebecca Hodge, Stanley Black & Decker
  • March 10, 2019
Learn how Stanley Black & Decker implemented SAP Access Control to manage and mitigate security risks, improve SoD reporting capabilities, and automate its security provisioning processes.

Learn how Stanley Black & Decker — a global provider of tools and storage, commercial electronic security, and engineered fastening systems — implemented SAP Access Control to manage and mitigate security risks, improve SoD reporting capabilities, and automate its security provisioning processes. Explore how the company integrated multiple SAP instances onto the application and defined a sustaining model for continued success of GRC initiatives. Discover how Stanley Black & Decker:

  • Crafted a GRC implementation plan, including, but not limited to, infrastructure requirements, migrating and optimizing SoD rulesets, defining user provisioning workflows, and collaborating with key business process owners and stakeholders
  • Mapped SOX and internal controls to GRC processes to ensure continued control compliance
  • Constructed a GRC road map, including future rollouts and additional functionality to implement
  • Created a governance strategy and sustaining team to manage GRC applications after go-live

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