Identity & Access Management

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Identity & Access Management

Using manual processes and spreadsheets to manage access risk is not only resource intensive and time consuming; it’s costly and can expose you to unnecessary risk. With the SAP® Access Control application, you can automate key processes to detect, re-mediate, and ultimately prevent access violations , streamline user provisioning with integration with SAP Identity Management, and centralise role management. This helps reduce the cost of access management, audit, and ongoing compliance activities and minimise the risk of internal fraud.

SAP ID Management enables organisations to centrally manage user access according to roles and authorisations across heterogeneous landscapes — including SAP and non-SAP systems.

Manage Access risk and prevent fraud

There are four key functional areas to Identity and Access Management:

  1. Risk analysis and remediation. This component provides a real-time analysis of user access, including SOD issues. The goal is to stop a user from using elevated or inappropriate authorisation before a violation occurs. SAP is very focused on prevention, by performing the analysis in real-time using the actual permissions in place at that time. This is a key differentiator as others can only identify violations after-the-fact.
  2. Enterprise role management. Role definition and maintenance can be handled in a single location. Users can perform a risk analysis in real-time to ensure that new role creation will not create any new SOD or other access violations. This Our approach happens in real-time saving time and money.
  3. Super-user privilege management. These capabilities allow you to grant emergency access to perform critical tasks. The key is not the emergency access, but ensuring that it is tracked and is done in an auditable fashion.
  4. By integrating SAP Identity Management with the SAP Access Control application for governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) management, you can prevent SoD violations that can occur when roles with conflicting permissions are assigned to a user and put mitigating controls in place. Your organisation can get clean, stay clean, and stay in control of access to all applications in the system landscape, from SAP Business Suite to third-party applications.
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