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Organization roles are defined by the organization and not SAP. The organization needs to define their business requirements for the roles in a way that fits its business needs.
Access Control is a new feature in GRC 12.0 that will help you to manage security and access to data, information and workflows.
- Access Control provides a centralized administration console for managing access rights at the enterprise level, allowing you to delegate these tasks to other users with specific permissions assigned by roles or departments.
- You can now manage both people-related and content-related information from one single place. This means that your entire process will be more secure than ever before!
Process control is the ability to monitor and control the business processes, both individually and as a whole. It’s a key component of GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance), but process control can also be thought of as an important part of any organization. Businesses need to know that their processes are being executed correctly in order for them to stay profitable.
The first step in implementing process control with SAP GRC is setting up the right technology platform. Next comes defining your processes appropriately so that they can be monitored by users who have access only to the data relevant to them within each specific area (e.g., risk management). Finally, it’s time for testing: make sure everything works before going live!
Risk management is an approach to strategically aligning business operations with the overall risk profile of an organization. It can help an organization achieve its strategic goals by identifying, analyzing, prioritizing, and managing risks.
Risk management plans are generally part of a broader enterprise risk management (ERM) framework and should include consideration of internal and external factors that could impact organizational objectives; identification of potential sources or causes of risk; analysis to determine the probability or likelihood of those risks occurring; determination of appropriate responses in case they do occur; monitoring effectiveness in responding to potential threats or opportunities; communicating information related to ERM efforts within the organization as well as externally through public disclosure requirements.
Emergency Access Management
Emergency Access Management is a new feature in GRC 12.0 that lets users quickly grant temporary access to other users who have been locked out of their accounts or are not authorized to access certain applications. It enables you to configure individual scenarios for specific roles and with specific privileges. Users can then create emergency requests and assign them to specific profiles via the user interface (UI).
SAP has defined “emergency” situations as situations where there is an urgent need for temporary access because of situations such as natural disasters, system outages, or other unforeseen events where users lose access due to technical issues on the backend side such as account lockouts caused by too many failed logins without validating identity information like two-factor authentication tokens or biometric data used for identification purposes in addition to providing traditional password-based logins using usernames/passwords (for example one time passwords or OTPs).
The goal here is to make it easier than ever before so that users can request this type of temporary access without having any knowledge about how they might use it after they receive approval through an administrator role holder who will approve if necessary based on some pre-established policy parameters which can be customized accordingly.
User provisioning is a process of creating new user accounts, assigning roles to them and giving them access to the required applications. System administrators use this app to create and assign users in the system. User Provisioning is a part of the GRC 12.0 implementation process, so it’s important for you to understand what it does and learn how to use it effectively.
Continuous Controls Monitoring
To be effective, controls need to be monitored. The auditor should be able to report on whether they are being followed and managed appropriately. In addition, the ability to analyze controls data across multiple control areas makes it easier for Auditors to identify any risks that may exist within a company’s overall governance structure.
The Continuous Controls Monitoring app provides a single place where you can view all of your controls in one central location. This allows you to track issues related to your compliance programs and understand where any gaps might exist in your overall risk profile.
With GRC 12.0, new Fiori apps are going to be launched that will help in Governance and Risk management. These new apps will help the organization to stay compliant with regulatory requirements and laws, meet audit requirements and also enable better risk assessment.
The new SAP GRC 12.0 Fiori apps will provide an end-to-end solution for GRC processes like risk assessment, policy compliance and control framework development. The following are some of the key benefits of these apps:
- They allow you to monitor risks across business units or locations via dashboards so that you can take proactive actions.
- They allow you to collaborate with your peers easily through collaboration spaces in each app.
Hope you found the blog useful to understand the overview of SAP GRC 12.0 Fiori Apps.