This SIG is due to take place on Tuesday 11th October 2011 at SAP Clockhouse Place, nr Heathrow.
Martyn Proctor and Pete Fitzsimmons from su53 will deliver a view on upgrading to SAP GRC v10.0. Risk can never be completely eliminated; instead it should be identified, managed, mitigated and monitored. SAP released GRC 10.0 this summer and a number of the enhancements aim to help companies better define, identify and mitigate operational and financial risks, and their financial impact.
Martyn Proctor and Pete Fitzsimmons will be offering an insight into SAP’s new GRC 10.0 release, explaining the changes and key benefits. This will be based on the close work they did with the SAP team in California during the design and testing of version 10.0. They will provide advice on how to plan and prepare for an upgrade, a project that su53 is heading with a leading utilities company.
Martyn Proctor Managing Director from su53 Solutions will present Challenges of implementing a GRC product. Through an interactive session he will examine how to identify and prioritise risks, and then what governance an organisation needs to put in place to mitigate and monitor these risks. With over 70+ GRC projects su53 knows what works. Martyn, along with Pete Fitzsimmons, will explore best practice methods of “getting clean followed by “staying clean.
Chris Haigh from KCC will deliver the session Teaching our old dog, some new tricks. Despite helping to develop the initial release of Virsa’s Compliance Calibrator, Kimberly-Clark are still running version 4 of this product. Whilst they are considering an upgrade to a more up to date version/product, they are still finding new (to them) ways of using what they currently have to support their day to day SAP security operations and their audit programs. A brief background of their early days with Virsa, where they are now, how they continue to develop / expand the use of Virsa and their plans for the future. Have you got a security issue that is causing you problems? Not certain on how to move forward with a particular project?
We will be running an Open Discussion at the SIG. You will have a room of friendly experts you can ask for assistance on the days topics. Questions can be submitted beforehand or on the day and will be shared with the attendees early during the day to allow some thinking time, before a facilitated workshop to discuss these. If you would like to submit a question in advance please send it to email@example.com
Adam Cundell from the User Group will deliver a 2011 User Group Update including the latest on this years Annual Conference.
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