LIVE Q&a | Best Practices for SAP® Access Controls

APR. 06, 2017 @ 11:00 — 11:45 AM CST


As the number and impact of security breaches continues to climb, boards of directors have significantly increased their focus on compliance, information security, and IT risk management. Access control is a key part of any security system, requiring many processes to manage, monitor and sustain. Yet with the speed of change in today’s businesses, it can be difficult to know how often your organization should look at their access control processes.

Join us for a live Q&A event as we break down the key requirements and frequencies for compliance processes and user roles. Using GRC tools designed to keep you Always Audit Ready™, our experts will help you leverage the full potential of access controls to align and sustain your SAP environment's business systems.


Topics We'll Cover:

  • Learn the key requirements and frequencies for compliance processes and user roles, to help you align and sustain access control within your SAP environment's business systems
  • Understand how risks, compensating controls, and more evolve within an organization, and how compliance must be a continuous process
  • Learn how to keep your organization Always Audit Ready™ by setting a schedule to re-certify, re-verify and refresh your compliance processes


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Presented By:

Scott Goolik, VP, Compliance and Security Services

Scott Goolik is VP of Compliance and Security Services at Symmetry. A recognized expert in the field of SAP security and compliance, Scott has over 20 years of expertise in SAP security and is a regular presenter at SAP industry tradeshows and ASUG events. His experience includes working for one of the Big Four accounting firms and developing auditing tools, including those for segregation of duties (SOD). Scott is also responsible for architecting the ControlPanelGRC® solution which provides audit automation and acceleration of security and control processes.