Thursday 20th October 2005 at 10:00am - 10:00am


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This meeting of the User Group will be covering several diverse topics that we believe will be of interest to all professionals working with SAP in the areas of security and audit:

  • Craig Dale will be giving some practical guidance on how to get the most from your access to the User Group website. 
  • We all realise that 100% control through "zero tolerance" security is unachievable, and could cripple our business processes.  On the other hand, how do we know how much leeway to give users?  Colin Bezant, Director of ERP Advisory Services at KPMG will talk about striking the right balance between security and compensating controls.
  • Following on from the above session, there'll be an open session on your experiences of managing segregation of duties.  This should provide a chance to compare what you're doing with other companies.  At least one company has offered to describe their experiences with an automated SoD tool.  In order to make this an effective session please be prepared to describe your own experiences and concerns.

There will as always be opportunities to network with colleagues in similar roles to yourself, and timings of the meetings have been scheduled to allow reasonable travel time to / from the venue. 

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Event Resources

Security V Compensating Controls Presentation (176.81 KB)
Hints & Tips (109.81 KB)
Achieving Segregation Of Duties Presentation (98.89 KB)
SAP UK & Ireland User Group Website Presentation (768.68 KB)
Venue Details (71.72 KB)

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