We have been neglecting this blog in the last 2 years or so, but we have been very busy working on the product and with customers. Here comes a short overview of important updates since release 3.0.
Customers can use our new UI5 app to access alerts from almost any device.
REMEDYNE alerts now can trigger a wide range of actions, such as sending emails, blocking a vendor or a financial document, or release a block, stop a payment, etc. These auto-reaction methods (actions) are easy to setup from a dropdown menu and increase the effectiveness of the controls.
SAP GRC Process Controls Integration
REMEDYNE alerts can be accessed from SAP GRC Process Controls through the SAP QUERY method. Based on alert type, company code, etc. it can be assigned via the risk-control-matrix to an owner who can assign an mitigation plan, or close the alert.
Access Violation Management
Segregation-of-Duty (SoD) conflicts, or access to critical functions, are a major security issue in SAP ERP security. We have a new tool with patent-pending technology that allows users to track critical actions, or executed SoD transaction, and offer a risk mitigation to issues not covered by the SAP authorization concept.
If you use a tool such as SAP GRC Access Controls, you can now mitigate residual risks that cannot be covered by the SAP authorization concept:
Risks in the Access Controls/SoD matrix can be monitored with REMEDYNE Access Violation Management.
Sanction List Screening, Business Partner Screening
We have teamed up with our friends at sanctions.io to provide integrated screening against the most important sanction lists (from the US/OFAC, UN, UK, and EU). This screening is built in to the standard REMEDYNE tool and available at no additional costs!
Create Custom REMEDYNE Checks in Minutes using the SAP standard Query Viewer SQVI
Any query you have defined in the SAP Query Viewer (transaction SQVI) can be easily converted to a REMEDYNE check. Like this, create new controls for your continuous monitoring or continuous auditing in minutes — our next blog post will explain how! So stay tuned!