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    Segregation of Duties (SOD) : Listing of relevant objects

    I am going through the process of analyzing our security data and relating them to business functions. Has anyone seen or produced a list of objects grouped by business functions that can be used for SOD analysis? I have found some tools that offer this information but was wondering if there is any information out in the JDE community. Thanks.


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    Re: Segregation of Duties (SOD) : Listing of relevant objects

    Hi frankliu,

    At the last company I was contracting at they had a similar requirement, they bought a solution which provided SOD tool and security tool. I think it was Q Security or Q software? Help it helps?

    Cheers

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    Re: Segregation of Duties (SOD) : Listing of relevant objects

    I spoke with Stephen with Q-Soft this afternoon (at the NE Users Group) - he
    mentioned that Q's SOD report(s) have been greatly improved...

    just a btw post.

    (db)




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    My experience with ALLOUT Security has been very positive. I'd recommend giving them a serious review.

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