Segregation of duties: Everything you need to know

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Key Takeaways

⇨ The evolution of Segregation of Duties (SoD) from 1.0 to 3.0 showcases a transition from manual to automated controls, improving effectiveness and adaptability.

⇨ SoD 3.0 introduces real-time monitoring and advanced analytics, offering organizations better protection against fraud and errors

⇨ ToggleNow's expertise in SAP GRC Access Control 12.0 and Access Risk Analysis (ARA), along with their Audit Arrays solution suite, empowers organizations to implement and manage SoD solutions effectively.

Segregation of Duties (SoD) is a crucial internal control concept adopted across industries to prevent fraud and errors. This blog outlines the evolution from SoD 1.0 to 3.0, highlighting the advancements in technology and automation. SoD 1.0 relies on manual division of responsibilities, prone to limitations and human errors. SoD 2.0 incorporates technology, enhancing efficiency through role-based access controls and automated monitoring. SoD 3.0 takes it a step further with real-time monitoring and data analysis, offering dynamic and granular controls. ToggleNow, a leader in implementing SoD solutions, specializes in SAP GRC Access Control 12.0 and Access Risk Analysis (ARA). Their SAP Certified solution suite, Audit Arrays, facilitates the adoption of SoD 3.0, ensuring organizations effectively manage risks and compliance. With the evolution of SoD, businesses can fortify their internal controls against evolving threats and safeguard their operations.

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