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Enforcing separation of duties should start during the implementation of your business system because security by design is far superior to security as an afterthought. Role-based access informed by deep security analysis ensures secure role design. Graphically visualize and simulate design and remediation controls. Leverage AI and machine learning to maintain compliance after deployment by continuously monitoring user access. Automatically update audit and compliance reports, including continuous access certifications to validate accurate user provisioning.
Review required access and separation of duties (SoD) risks. Determine high-priority risks and match them with the controls from the library of best practices. Activate prioritized access and SoD controls for continuous feedback during security design.
Accelerate role-based access control (RBAC) design. Align access privileges with business process requirements and job responsibilities by optimizing template roles.
Review access and SoD control incident dashboards to identify intra-role violations and resolve potential security design flaws. Use graphical analysis to remediate for secure role design.
Automatically provision user access after checking role mappings for SoD risk. Use automatic task routing to certify the provided sensitive user access is accurate and secure.
Ensure SoD control before permitting user access to actual business processes. Run controls and remediate inter-role violations immediately using visualization and simulation.
Maintain separation of duties using automated controls for continuous access monitoring on business transactions. Update controls to keep up with evolving risks and remediate incidents.
Automatically publish quarterly reports for audit and regulatory compliance.