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4 Steps to Prepare for your SOX audit

  1. Identify your internal business processes
  2. Identify rules (or buy the ALLOut rule set)
  3. Identify conflicts (run ALLOut’s automated SOD reports)
  4. Remediate (fix) or Mitigate (excuse)


SOX Compliance, Security & Audit Tools for JD Edwards

Assess the effectiveness of your current controls!

Internal Fraud. The biggest competitor you didn’t know you had

49% of organisations globally said they’ve been a victim of fraud and economic crime* – up from 36% in the previous 24 months.  But what about the other 51%? Perhaps they haven’t noticed yet!  Which camp do you sit in? 

GDPR - It's an ongoing process of compliance

For many organizations, preparing for the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been a time-consuming endeavor. Unfortunately, the work is not over. Now that GDPR is in effect, companies will need to do regular internal audits to assess their compliance levels. 

Audits are very important, as accountability is one of the principles under the GDPR, and organizations are expected to monitor their privacy and compliance program as part of being compliant.

JD Edwards Licence Audit

Optimization and prevention are the two main benefits of running an internal audit. But it’s confusing. There is a proliferation of potentially confusing licensing metrics in your agreements, which have made entitlement tracking considerably more difficult. It’s important to understand what your licencing fees is based on and be able to track and report on those metrics internally.

Licence Over-run Exposure?
Checking your SKU usage and user counts to ensure your compliant.

Security and Compliance for JD Edwards in the Cloud

Ten years ago, most conservative companies heard the terms “cloud services” or “hosted systems” and steered clear. They wanted to be in control of their destiny and did not want to bear the risk of being dependent on a cloud provider. Their priority was to ensure the security of their information as well as the stability and “uptime” of their environment. As cloud computing has increased in maturity in the technology industry, however, the question of moving to the cloud seems to be more when and what, than if. So, with as often as the term is tossed around with seemingly so many different ideas, what does “cloud” mean?