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JDE Security – Closed vs. Open

Security is a vital component of your JD Edwards environment and needs to be implemented properly to make full use of its benefits. At ALLOut, we are all about ‘Best Practice’ because we genuinely want our customers to have the smoothest ride in setting up and working with security in JDE.  Done correctly, it doesn’t have to be confusing and hard to implement, regardless of whether you implement it before or after go-live.

Mitigating Controls – Should you use them? What controls should you have?

Mitigating Controls in JD Edwards.

Mitigating controls on a risk situation is never as desirable as an effective segregation of duties.  But it is recognised that in some situations, a breach of a security rule may just have to exist (for example if someone is providing temporary cover for another role within their department). 

What sort of mitigating or compensating controls should you consider? 

JDE EnterpriseOne Security Best Practices

The standard security mechanism both for World and EnterpriseOne is very complex. End-users need to create security restrictions in the applications to authorize the right users for the right content, to ensure data protection policies are enforced etc. These requirements generate a need for making security easier to apply and administer.

This is where ALLOut comes in.

We offer efficient tools to help you reduce the cost and effort of managing security in JDE.

Do you get alerts for security breaches?

Allocating roles to users in JDE? Will that create a security breach?

You don’t have to wait until after a segregation of duties (SOD) breach occurs, to know a violation is going to happen. Did you know that using the ALLOut toolset, if someone sets up a role assignment that creates a SOD violation, you are immediately going to get a warning?

Mitigate it or deny it, but don't just let it happen!

Are you Working with User Defined Web Objects (UDOs) in EnterpriseOne?

Using EnterpriseOne has never been easier than now with the new tools available with User Defined Web Objects (UDOs) and even UX1. UDOs are web objects that streamline your interface with E1 information and applications.