How does 1Trooper fit in your company?April 25, 2023
1Trooper is a SaaS platform that empowers organizations to stay safe from security risks and enhance a sophisticated workflow. We streamline business operations by fortifying your sensitive data and valuable accounts. We automate the control of securing and managing identities to guard your organization against cyber threats.
How 1Trooper’s solutions can be propitious for your organization?
- Excessive user access to sensitive business applications like ERP, HCM, and CRM, could lead to compliance violations and internal fraud. Both internal and external auditors are curious about the information 1Trooper provides regarding user access management within and across the applications.
- One of the foremost sources of financial exposure in any organization is financial risk which is caused by fraud or error due to high user access to the company’s financial applications. In such situations, the Finance department will be on the lookout for 1Trooper’s ability to identify Segregation of Duties and Sensitive Access risks.
- As many of these applications include activities outside strict financial operations, involving Sales, Marketing, Warehousing, and Human Resources, the Business Process Owners of these departments would rely on 1Trooper’s automated Access Reviews and Certifications. These tools allow them to recurrently review and certify their employees’ access to the applications.
- Since most organizations move to best-of-breed applications, they should depend on the complex integration of sophisticated software for their business to move forward. Most of the technical aspects of security, maintenance, and provisioning of the business applications, that includes SAP, NetSuite, Oracle, Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, etc., fall on the IT department. The IT will typically manage or oversee so many day-to-day tasks within 1Trooper because of its ability to analyze and manage access across numerous applications and vendors.
Where does 1Trooper belong in your organization?
1Trooper or any security and risk management tool, in the best-case scenario, would be collectively owned by the business process owners, Finance, Audit, and the IT/Security team working together. Often, this is found in many mature organizations while implementing governance that defines key stakeholders across IT and business. Generally, BPOs know what their users do and the right level of access they need to be more productive.
The audit team reviews the BPOs’ findings and assessments and helps them balance productivity with high-level prevention and risk mitigation. Whereas, the Finance department will be able to detect the areas of risk and direct SOD mitigations. The security team would be making appropriate changes from those findings. An effective program should have buy-in from every stakeholder of the organization, irrespective of whose cost center is in charge of paying for the technology in the end.