Manage User Provisioning and Authorizations With Ease
The Appsian provisioning feature was designed with both novice users and professional experts in mind. Novice users can quickly feel like experts, having all the in-depth data of authorizations without the need to delve into the details. You can optimize authorization roles and be in control over sensitive permissions without needing high-end technical knowledge.
Internal controls experts can enjoy a simple yet intense analytics tool that can help them investigate and improve the current authorization situation. Many experts have proclaimed it the easiest and best analytical tool to deeply investigate authorizations and get insights that they couldn’t have gained elsewhere.
Utilizing Usage Data to Reduce Redundant Authorizations
The user behavior algorithms unique to Appsian allow you to narrow down sensitive authorizations, reduce risks, and lower maintenance resources. The software builds dedicated business-profiles for each user and recommends which unused sensitive authorization roles can be removed.
Identify “Who is doing what” and answer questions like “What can this employee do?”
Query user authorizations from the detailed level of authorization objects, through activities and roles, and up to the virtual level of business processes
Identify a global view of authorization structure and the amount of use of each through a set of Excel matrices
Key Use Cases
- Monitors risky objects, sensitive activities, and abnormal behavior
- Eliminates SAP_ALL and other powerful authorization profiles
- Includes unique automated authorization related processes
- Removes unneeded authorizations, reducing security breaches
- Alerts in cases of unacceptable behavior or sensitive role allocation
Eliminate Unused Sensitive Authorizations
In addition to Segregation of Duties rules, sensitive authorizations also need to be controlled. After enhancing the pre-configured sensitive object list and adding your own development, you will be ready to see who is using their sensitive authorization roles, and who is not using them at all.
The authorization roles that are granted but not being used should be removed. This way, you significantly reduce risk and lessen your resources required for authorization maintenance.