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Learn how to manage risk and compliance with AI and the cloud.
Build a risk-intelligent culture with built-in security, transaction, and audit monitoring.
Automate the analysis required to ensure all roles are audit-ready.
Utilize visualizations and simulations to make the best design decisions.
Use embedded sensitive access and SoD rules to ensure your roles are compliant prior to go-live.
Rely on complete, built-in analysis of fine-grain functional access within the data security context (business unit, ledger, and more).
Use the library of more than 100 SoD rules with configurable SOD reports and dashboards.
Eliminate the need to export sensitive security data for third-party services.
Scope sensitive roles and ensure users are authorized and approved.
Streamline workflow by routing based on manager hierarchy and/or designated process owners.
Minimize access risk by ensuring any new user granted sensitive access is promptly reviewed and certified.
Continuously analyze every user's security configuration to quickly identify policy violations.
Use prebuilt library of best-practice security rules, and author new rules quickly.
Use a simple incident workflow and dashboard to manage issues.
Track and evaluate configuration changes across key processes including general ledger, accounts receivable/payable, expenses, project management, and procurement.
As an example, get alerts for frequent changes made to supplier bank accounts, payment methods, item master, accounting period, and more. Tailor prebuilt or author new rules using a built-in visual workbench.
Ensure all exceptions are routed to process owners for timely reviews, replacing emails and spreadsheets.
Use built-in AI to analyze all requisitions, purchase orders, invoices, expense reports, orders by customers on a watchlist, and more.
The average loss per case is US$1,509,000.
Ensure all exceptions are routed to process owners for timely reviews (replacing emails and spreadsheets).
Protect your critical and sensitive data by eliminating the need to extract customer, supplier, and financial data outside of your ERP for security and fraud analysis.
Engage business process owners with streamlined documentation reviews, ad-hoc surveys, self-assessments, audit test plans, and certifications.
Identify issues, assign owners, and manage remediation plans.
Share real-time dashboards with all stakeholders and offer restricted access to external auditors.
Collaborate with business owners by using periodic surveys, assessments, and dashboards.
Calculate risks using analysis and context models to determine the best course of action.
Ensure business continuity with updated plans and readiness surveys.
How do you manage a multibillion-dollar business with an internal audit team of only 6 people? Skechers grew to a $4.5B global company with 60 business units around the world—while increasing headcount by only 2 employees.
Avoid costly user acceptance testing and audit issues by designing secure ERP roles before the system goes live.
Prevent tampering by continuously monitoring transactions and sensitive ERP data with built-in AI.
Enable business continuity and resilience by adopting an AI-driven approach to risk management and security.
Improve financial oversight by linking risk to business results. Empower employees to balance opportunities with risks.
Sid Sinha, Vice President, Risk Cloud Product Strategy, Oracle
To ensure fast recovery from COVID-19, organizations need practical tools to manage business disruptions over the next 18 months. The impacts continue to be unpredictable, so leaders need to be flexible with their continuity and response policies. While each company’s situation is different, there are emerging best practices for quick and sustained recovery.Read the complete post
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