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Webinar November 18th : Efficient & Continuous SoD Mitigations by Asokkumar Christian and Ashish Sabharwal

Most companies have checks built into their financial systems to avoid or minimize fraudulent activities. Often these controls involve identifying and removing combinations of user authorizations that allow a user to violate Segregation of Duties (SoD) rules.

If toxic combinations are allowed, then mitigating controls are used to determine if the access was inappropriately used. However, if finding where violations have occurred is done manually, it can be time-consuming and error-prone. It can mean a violation might not be caught for weeks or months. Having a tool that can automatically catch any violations that occur as soon as they occur can save you time and money.  

By automatically finding and quantifying the financial risk of every suspicious business transaction in your SAP environment, risks can be prioritized, assigned to the right owner, and addressed most efficiently.


Join Asokkumar Christian, Product Development Manager at Security Weaver, and Ashish Sabharwal, Senior IT Consultant at Security Weaver, in our upcoming webinar as they explain how to automate handling access violations in a way that will reduce work and impress auditors.

Click here for details on how to attend the webinar event, and to view the recording following the live session.

Here's a sneak peek into our previous webinar. To watch the full recording, Join our Security Weaver User Group on LinkedIn.

August 5, 2021 - 5 Tips & Tricks for Automating SOD Conflict Mitigations By Asokkumar Christian & Ashish Sabharwal

How can you efficiently handle all of the user access risks in your SAP environment? Learn five tips and tricks that can help you go beyond reporting and automate SAP user access risk mitigation. 

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Related Topics
Access Management
SoD Mitigation
Segregation of Duties
Separations Enforcer