Sarbanes-Oxley

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Financials – 
Learn how Tyson Foods maintains Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance by taking full advantage of its SAP governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) solutions to anticipate possible controls violations before they occur. See how the company proactively performs rigorous controls self-assessments using SAP Process Control.

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Financials – 
Like many companies, Armstrong Flooring has been through many growth cycles, and its SAP security role environment was a conglomeration of poorly built old roles and properly built new roles. It faced challenges such as managing the roles, dealing with multiple naming conventions, understanding what users needed to do their jobs, and staying SOX compliant. Attend this session to learn how Armstrong Flooring undertook a full role rebuild, leveraging usage reports from SAP Access Control and implementing a task-based architecture.

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SAP Professional Journal – 
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act created a host of new demands — and risks — for change management strategies. To help you control your change management strategy, use these 16 steps for everyting from minor bug fixes in a small business application to the launch of a sprawling new enterprise-wide reporting system.

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by Christopher Light, Senior Finance Manager IT Application Specialist, The Dow Chemical Company | Amanda Moxie, IT Application Specialist, The Dow Chemical Company July 22, 2011
Financials/SAP Professional Journal – 

Learn how to use automated control rules in version 3.0 of SAP BusinessObjects Process Control to identify potential duplicate payments.


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by Richard Hunt, Managing Director | Marc Jackson, Consultant, Turnkey Consulting November 1, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Continuous controls monitoring (CCM) can help reduce compliance costs, strengthen the control environment, and reduce the risk of unintentional errors and fraud. Learn how using CCM in your GRC activities can improve business process operations in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA August 16, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Too often, controls are managed using inadequate tools (e.g., point solutions, document repositories, and spreadsheets) that require too much manual tracking and updating. With SAP BusinessObjects Process Control 3.0, you can streamline issue identification and remediation with automated task notification and workflow-driven remediation plans.

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by D. Russell Sloan, Implementation and Governance Specialist — SAP Solution Manager, IBM Global Business Services July 27, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
With the advent of Sarbanes-Oxley and other compliance rules, the need for full traceability across a solution development effort is expanding far beyond just the pharmaceutical industry. SAP Solution Manager has a collection of features that enable your project to provide end-to-end visibility to all aspects of solution development and delivery. From initial design through final testing and signoff, SAP Solution Manager allows you to link and trace all the activities, documents, and technical objects needed to deliver your solution.

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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA May 14, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 

Learn how the different options for control automation included in the automated control framework in SAP BusinessObjects Process Control 3.0 turn tedious and error-prone manual tests into a repeatable automated process.


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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA March 11, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
When different teams work with different procedures in different software solutions to address the many internal policies and external regulations to which a company is subject, it leads to inconsistent master data, unnecessary costs, and a lack of management visibility. SAP Business Objects Process Control 3.0 comes with a global master data catalogue and a multiple compliance framework to provide an efficient solution. It allows for managing compliance with respect to multiple regulations in a unified manner in a single system using shared master data. Learn more about how it works and how to set it up in the system.

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by Kehinde Eseyin, Security Architect February 11, 2010
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
- Learn how you can enhance the security of the message server by setting profile parameters appropriately.

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by Judith M. Myerson , Systems Engineer and Architect/Owner November 30, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Follow four steps to help you identify, prioritize, and plan a data retention policy.

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by Judith M. Myerson , Systems Engineer and Architect/Owner October 22, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
You need to have a plan in place if a risk assessment shows that the likelihood of an emergency event (e.g., severe storms or earthquakes) occurring is high. A business continuity plan allows an organization to minimize the consequences of a disaster and continue normal business functions afterward.

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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA October 16, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 5.3 can connect to the SAP NetWeaver Portal for automated user provisioning. Requesters can use the Compliant User Provisioning (CUP) product capability to request access to SAP NetWeaver Portal and select group memberships, portal roles, and User Management Engine (UME) roles. During the approval process, you can execute a risk analysis on the level of iViews and UME actions included in the requested roles to ensure Sarbanes-Oxley compliance with respect to the Web applications accessible through SAP NetWeaver Portal.

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SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 

To simplify the conversion from your local reporting standard to IFRS and better manage the associated compliance risk, organizations must adopt strategies and best practices based on a proven compliance framework.


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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA July 1, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Efficient processes for identity management (IDM) are a challenge to many companies — in particular when access- and authorization-related risks must be managed and taken under consideration prior to provisioning access privileges. SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 5.3 comes with a Web service-based interface intended to provide risk analysis and mitigation features to IDM solutions. See how to integrate one such solution, SAP NetWeaver Identity Management 7.1, with SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 5.3 to obtain a highly cost-efficient solution for compliant IDM.

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by Sameer Page, Program Manager March 23, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Discover the components of a global template and the advantages of implementing it across an enterprise.

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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA March 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Enterprise Role Management helps streamline your role design process with a pre-defined, customizable design methodology that guides you through role definition, authorization maintenance, risk analysis, role approval, and role generation in your SAP back-end systems. It also ensures Sarbanes-Oxley compliance of your roles.

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by Frank Rambo, PhD, Director, Customer Solution Adoption (CSA), EMEA January 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Audit-proof your daily user management with SAP GRC Access Control’s Compliant User Provisioning capability. Learn about its main features and see an example of how to set it up for requesting, approving, and providing access to your business target systems.

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by Kees van Westerop, Senior SAP Consultant, Kwest Consulting January 15, 2009
SAP Professional Journal/Financials – 
Save time by maintaining commodity codes using a standard available upload program. By using this program, you can avoid the process of customizing, thus allowing end users to maintain the commodity codes on their own.

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by Suresh Veeraraghavan, Capgemini January 15, 2009
SCM – 
Learn about purchase requisition workflow and using it to configure requisition approvals. See how you can set up some of the common business scenarios to implement controls for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

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