Join our Senior Director Bob Enders for a virtual session at UKOUG together 2021.
November 29 16:45 GMT
Oracle Applications include security forms that are used to manually create, modify, and disable user accounts and their responsibilities across Oracle applications. This standard user-responsibilities assignment process is inefficient and inconsistent where users are granted access without necessary policy checks and approvals. As the security risk is growing with the adoption of Cloud and Mobile, businesses are looking to streamline the user provisioning process by consistently enforcing access policy, such as segregation of duty (SOD) rules, before violations get introduced into the ERP environment, controlling sensitive business information to potential threats and vulnerabilities. We will share our client case studies to explain how you can automate onboarding, off-boarding and other administration user processes such as new hires, transfers, and promotions. We will provide techniques to automatically aggregate and correlate identity data from HR, CRM, email systems and other 'identity stores'. You will also learn to streamline the User Access Certification process that is a critical requirement of many data security and privacy regulations, including UK/EU Privacy Laws, and others. You will be able to apply this approach of regularly validating the appropriateness of user access privileges, to effectively meet audit and compliance requirements and improve overall security risk posture.
An accomplished business systems professional who has spent over 30 years in the software industry helping public and private sector organizations improve business operations through technology solutions. Having worked with Oracle applications and technology since 1988, Bob has led the development and delivery of business systems that have provided significant operational efficiencies that have transformed and impacted the effectiveness of numerous organizations. His extensive business systems development and consulting experience with Governance Risk & Compliance, Finance, Human Resources, Audit, Procurement, Forecasting, Supply Chain, and Planning functions has provided insights in using technology to improve business processes.