Audit Control & Security & Operational Finance SIG

Tuesday 20th May 2014 at 9:30am - 9:30am

Vanwall Road,

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Amanda Byrne and Neil Coleman from Worcestershire County Council will present How They Reduce the Risk of Fraud Though the Use of Roles, Validations and Control on Document Types. Amanda and Neil will share their experience around how they reduce the risk of fraud though the use of roles, validations and control on document types. As well as sharing their experience around the various SAP audits that have taken place since SAP was implemented.

Alex Ayers from Turnkey Consulting will present Financial Security 101. Areas of focus for this session are:

  • Key security-related controls in Finance
  • Segregation of Duties Concepts
  • Aligning finance & security teams around common requirements and goals
  • Avoiding common pitfalls. Mistakes and unnecessary complexity

Tony Read from SAP will give a session on Fiori on the security behind it.

Chris Haigh & Brian Froom, the ACS SIG Chairs will discuss Top SAP Security & Audit Concerns.

Adam Cundell from the User Group will present Influencing SAP. Adam will show the new Influence SAP website and how to utilise it.

Amanda Byrne, the Finance SIG Chair will discuss OpenSAP. Imagine you could go back to university to learn more about topics that are key to success in the SAP ecosystem, and combine your studies with your busy work schedule. Well, now you can: With openSAP.

Event Resources

Fiori Session - Tony Read - SAP (4.50 MB)
SAP Audit & Security Top Risks (1.79 MB)
Finance Security 101 - Alex Ayers - Turnkey Consulting (1.52 MB)

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