Risk Management

Good business practice requires you to control, document, and secure critical processes. At the heart of an effective control environment is the identification of critical business processes and controlling potential conflicts between these processes – Segregation of Duties. You can spend a tremendous amount of time and money creating a totally secure environment, resolve all your SoD issues and, five minutes later, all the good work is undone when someone makes a change that results in a SoD breach.

You need a system that addresses the heart of the issue – ALLOut Risk Management.

You can use ALLOut Risk Management to create rules that represent segregation of duties issues between standard EnterpriseOne roles.  When roles are assigned to a user these rules are first checked to see if the assignment will create a conflict.

  • Advanced Audit Features – enables you to keep track of who authorizes role allocation and store a scanned copy of the authorization document.

  • Forbidden Role Combinations – enable you to stop a deliberate or accidental role allocation that will cause a SoD breach.

Works in all versions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne from Xe through to 9.2.

Email hazel.jackson@alloutsecurity.com for a Product Brief or to arrange a demo.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Audit Tools

Segregation of Duties Master

SOD Best Practice Template of Critical Processes

ALLOut’s SODMaster provides you with a standard set of SOD rules and critical processes you can use as the basis of your risk reporting. Gives you a templated quick start to your project.

Risk Management

Prevent and Control SOD Breaches in E1

Good business practice requires you to control, document and secure critical processes. You need to identify your critical business processes and control potential conflicts.

Risk Reporting

Risk and Compliance Reporting from Top Line to In-Depth

ALLOut’s Risk Reporting module will alert you continuously to potential breaches. From top line overview to granular detail, there are reports for all your business's requirements, whether for analysts, Business Managers or Auditors.