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Easing SOX Compliance

In companies that have implemented SAP, two of the most common open SOX audit issues are: 1) users in the IT departments have very broad access to production data in SAP, and 2) with access to SAP transactions such as SAP Query, QuickViewer, and Table Browser (SQ01/SQV1/SE16), SAP users become high data security risks. Therefore, companies are finding that they have to take many data access privileges away, severely limiting the ability of IT support staff and SAP users to assist in routine data maintenance activities. Thus, there is a pressing need at many companies for SAP users to be responsible for their own production data maintenance activities, while maintaining organizational level security.


In companies that have implemented SAP, two of the most common open SOX audit issues are: 1) users in the IT departments have very broad access to production data in SAP, and 2) with access to SAP transactions such as SAP Query, QuickViewer, and Table Browser (SQ01/SQV1/SE16), SAP users become high data security risks. This white paper describes how companies can give SAP users control of their own data, and not only improve their compliance to the Sarbanes Oxley Act, but also improve corporate productivity.

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