Risk Advisory Series Article Requests - ERP Risk Advisors
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Risk Advisory Series Article Requests

Introduction:

ERP Risk Advisors is the most published firm related to detailed risk and controls issues for Oracle Applications. We published detailed risks and recommendations, not just theoretical issues. As such, most audit firms review our articles and implement them in their audit plans. Because of this, we are sensitive about what we make publicly available. We have a series of articles that have been made publicly available and also a series of articles we will only make available to organizations that are end users of the applications. If you want us to send you the articles that aren’t publicly available you will need to use your work email address since we cannot verify your identity.

The following articles are available:

E-Business Suite

    • The One Profile Option that Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls
    • The One Configuration that Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls
    • The One Function that Could Undermine Your Journal Entry Controls
    • Oracle’s GRC Strategy is Flawed and Failing Their Customers
    • Decryption of Credit Card and Bank Account Data – Risks and Controls
    • Manage Proxies: Pandora’s Box Wide Open
    • Why ERP Implementations Fail: Beyond the Obvious
    • Dear Oracle – Four Missing SQL Injection Forms
    • ERP Risk Advisors Announces Oracle Advanced Controls Premier Support

AVAILABLE ONLY TO END USERS: for E-Business Suite
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ERP Cloud

How One Configuration Could Undermine Your Manual Journal Entry Controls

AVAILABLE ONLY TO END USERS: for ERP Cloud:
How Two … Could Undermine Your Manual Journal Entry Controls
Critical Risks in Managing System…