Managing Data Migration in the Face of Current Data Residency Demands

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  1. GDPR Action Plan: Discover, Manage, Protect and Report

    Matthew Shea    On May 25th, 2018, the European Union began enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to protect customer privacy and data. GDPR adherence requirements apply to any organization in any country, inside or outside the EU, that handles or processes EU residents’ personal data. In the wake of GDPR, organizations should reconsider their…...…
  2. Learn How to Prepare Your User Access Review to Comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

    Reviewing the user and database access in your SAP system to prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union has some particular requirements. Controls should be reinforced on user and database rights to access tables with personal information. Documentation, validation, and coordination should also be more comprehensive. Key Concept Organizations…...…
  3. Reduce Costs for Compliance by Implementing a Risk-Based Internal Control Solution

    Costs for compliance and fraud prevention have risen significantly in recent years and with the current economic situation we’re likely to manage more regulations in the future, further driving costs up. Companies relish efficiency in the GRC space to garner the true benefits of compliance. One means of more efficient compliance is an integrated solution…...…
  4. Optimize Your Statutory Reporting Tasks Using SAP S/4HANA for Advanced Compliance Reporting

    In multinational organizations, reporting requirements are increasing day by day. Keeping track of all the reports generated and submissions can consume a lot of time and resources. The reporting format also changes over time due to changing regulations, and compliance with this format is of the utmost importance. Learn how to use SAP S/4HANA for…...…
  5. Complying with Data Protection Regulations

    Data protection regulations are on the rise, with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018, due to go into effect in January 2020, one of the more recent examples. CCPA in combination with the already existing European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to have a major impact on how businesses handle their…
  6. Analyze Segregation of Duties in Legacy Systems with Compliance Calibrator

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    Starting with Compliance Calibrator 5.1, and continuing with versions 5.2 and 5.3, you can connect Compliance Calibrator to non-SAP systems to perform Segregation of Duties analysis. See how to set up Compliance Calibrator to do this in six steps. Key Concept Compliance Calibrator is one of SAP’s solutions for GRC. It provides real-time controls compliance…...…
  7. Manage Multiple Compliance Initiatives Using the Multicompliance Framework in SAP Process Control 10.0

    Learn how different compliance initiatives can coexist within a central compliance management repository while harnessing existing master data. This leads to a more efficient regulatory adherence process. Key Concept Compliance initiatives are a set of regulations and legislations that an enterprise is expected to adhere to strictly in the process of conducting its business activities…....…
  8. Manage Multiple Compliance Initiatives Effectively Leveraging Shared Master Data

    When different teams work with different procedures in different software solutions to address the many internal policies and external regulations to which a company is subject, it leads to inconsistent master data, unnecessary costs, and a lack of management visibility. SAP Business Objects Process Control 3.0 comes with a global master data catalogue and a…...…
  9. Comply with Mandatory E-Invoicing with Confidence

    Over the years, companies have been replacing paper invoices with electronic versions to improve agility and to gain better insights into their business. In recent years, however, tax authorities and governmental organizations in an increasing number of countries have begun enforcing the use of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) by law to combat fraud and save costs,…
  10. Meeting Modern Data Protection Requirements

    As the volume of data collected by organizations continues to increase, so too do regulations designed to protect data from misuse, particularly when it comes to personal data. One of these is the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into full effect on May 25th, 2018, and has global implications — it applies…