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SAP GRC Security Course Content
SAP GRC Training Course Content
INTRODUCTION TO SAP &SAP SECURITY:
What is SAP & Why?
What is Security & Why?
Single user creation SU01
Lock /Unlock user
Mass user creation SU10
Deactivate mass users password
Lock / unlock users
Delete mass users
Disadvantages of SU10
User types and uses
Central user administration (CUA).
Concept of Roles
Parent Role & Child Role.
Introduction to Authorization objects
Important Authorization objects
Add manually authorization objects/T-codes.
Deactivate authorization object.
Transport request types
Transport single /mass roles.
USER information (SUIM).
User selection criteria
Roles by complex selection criteria.
RESTRICTION ON TABLES.:
Authorization group creation.
Map authorization group to Tables.
SU53 - Missing Authorizations
ST01 – Authorization Trace
CHECK INDICATOR /SU24 CHANGES.:
Types of Authorization Status
Importance of customer tables.
Architecture and strategies for a BI authorization concept
Security requirements in SAP BI
Standard roles and templates for the authorization concept
Creating BW/BI roles and modification
Difference between BW and R/3 security
Difference between BW and BI Security
Different authorization objects involved in BW/BI
Analysis authorization concept and reporting
Troubleshooting BW/BI issues
HR Master Data authorizations
Authorization main switches
Authorization objects for payroll
Info types concept
Tables in HR
Architecture & features of GRC 10.0
Difference between GRC5.3 & GRC 10.0
Migration steps from GRC5.3 to GRC10.0
Installation steps of GRC10.0
Post installation activities of GRC10.0
Introduction on new components in GRC10.0
ARA (ACCESS RISK ANALYSIS):
What is Risk
SoD Checks and rule book
Configuring and Maintaining the Rule Set
Analyze and Manage Risk
Maintain a Critical Access Rule
Role Level Simulation
User Level Simulation
Perform Ad Hoc Risk Analysis
EAM (EMERGENCY ACCESS MANAGEMENT):
Emergency Access Management Configuration
Maintain Owners and Controllers in Central Owner Maintenance
Assign Owners to Firefighter IDs
Assign Controllers to Firefighter IDs
Assign Firefighter Users to Firefighter IDs
Maintain Reason Codes
Monitoring Emergency Access
Review a Log Report ARM (ACCESS REQUEST MANAGEMENT)
Business Rules Framework
Maintaining MSMP Workflow
Settings Specific to Provisioning and Managing Users
End User Personalization Forms
Create an Access Request BRM (BUSINESS ROLE MANAGEMENT)
Configuring Role Management
Roles-Specific Configuration Options
Configuring Role Methodology
Settings for Condition Groups