sponsored by Security Weaver
Posted:  08 Nov 2010
Published:  08 Nov 2010
Format:  HTML
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

In January 2008 Sysmex America deployed SAP for its financial processes. While access to SAP lets employees streamline workflow, it also created a potential segregation of duties (SOD) problem. The company needed to make sure that employees performed only authorized transactions and that there was a clear data trail.

Access this resource to learn how Security Weaver has given Sysmex America better control of user access to its financial system, clearer role definitions for each user, and a clear, accurate data trail suitable for any financial auditor that could come calling. Follow the link to learn more.

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