ERP ARMOR: Rules Press Release 4.3.23in Press Releases by Jeff Hare
ERP Risk Advisors is pleased to announce the addition of three new ERP systems to our ERP Armor library. We are now supporting Workday (HCM / Financials), Oracle Clinical One, and Oracle Transportation Management (OTM). These are in addition to the ERP systems we already support: E-Business Suite (Oracle), ERP / HCM Cloud ( Oracle), NetSuite (Oracle), JDE – OneWorld (Oracle), JDE – Enterprise One (Oracle), PeopleSoft (Oracle), Storis, Dynamics, Build Pro, Bottomline, Bill.com, Apriso, Yardi (including Client Central and Rent Café), and Concur. We are also supporting the following tools: OCI, IDCS, Azure, Sailpoint, and CyberArk.
An ERP Armor: Rules subscription allows organizations to completely assess security risks using leading Access Control software or through delivering the same data without acquiring software (ERP Armor as a Service).
With one low subscription cost, ERP Armor: Rules offers several features that allow CFOs, CIOs, and CISOs to sleep better at night by providing regular updates to the risks, basic audit support, and role design feedback. Your organization will never need another consulting contract to address these issues again.
How does ERP Risk Advisors do this? By making updates to ERP Armor: Rules as the ERP software provider patches their applications. This allows organizations to test role design and privileged users through our Sensitive Access rules, and compliance risks by way of our Segregation of Duties conflicts. ERP Armor: Rules provides monitoring of risks related to compliance, cyber security, fraud, security, and operational risks.
Currently, the ERP Armor certified software partners are: CaoSys, Config Snapshot, FastPath, Onapsis, Oracle Risk Management Cloud, Pathlock, SafePaaS, and Seecuring.
“Not all Segregation of Duties (SOD) and Sensitive Access (SA) Rulesets are created equal. That is why we have gone with ERP Risk Advisors (ERPRA), because first it is important to have a large net when it comes to the baseline conflict rulesets with no major gaps. ERPRA give you that. Then that ruleset needs to be scoped to the business to come up with your in-scope ruleset. We at Clayton have used ERP Armor to cover our major risks starting with Oracle Cloud Financials, then Supply Chain Management (SCM), then Workday, and now OTM. We have used ERPRA’s rules to pass audits and to give Berkshire Hathaway a level of assurance we have reduced our major risks. What is unique about ERP Armor is that it allows our team to maintain and monitor with what we believe is the best and most-to-date risk IP so we can focus on our business. ERPRA is a true partner and ultra-responsive and we look forward to a long-term relationship” – Matthew Rekers, ERP Specialist III & Risk Advisory Lead