England, United Kingdom, June 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- CaoSys, a developer of Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) and productivity software introduces CS*Proviso, a new and cost effective Segregation of Duties (SOD) violation detection solution for Oracle E-Business Suite that is delivered as a service.
CS*Proviso allows organizations to tackle their SOD issues without ever having to purchase or install software. The service analyzes an organization’s application security configuration using a comprehensive rule set that covers over 20,000 known risks within the Oracle E-Business Suite. Results are delivered via the company’s online Software as a Service (SaaS) portal.
Craig O’Neill, CEO at CaoSys said "Now more than ever, organizations need the ability to ensure user access risks inherent in their enterprise applications are mitigated in a repeatable and cost effective manner. Often the time and expense associated with implementing an automated controls solution is prohibitive and, as such, more organizations are looking to utilize SOD violation detection capabilities as a service rather than implementing software. Using the SaaS model delivers results in a fraction of the time and at a more affordable cost, which is particularly important in the current economic climate."
In addition to helping an organization identify all traditional Segregation of Duties violations within the Oracle E-Business Suite, CS*Proviso goes beyond SOD to cover commonly overlooked conflict pairs, access to sensitive data, and high risk single functions.
ERP Seminars CEO, Jeffrey T. Hare, CPA CIA CISA said "In response to difficult economic times, CaoSys has released a comprehensive SaaS solution to help organizations identify user access control risks. This offering nicely compliments one of the best software suites addressing GRC issues available on the market today. Organizations that have taken a look at more expensive solutions should look at the SaaS offering as a reasonably-priced alternative to allow them to gain insight into user access control risks. We are pleased to offer our industry-leading content as part of this offering."
"One of the greatest advantages in using the Software as a Service model is that an organization can utilise the capabilities offered by the software without the need to purchase or implement it. This means that our customers only need concern themselves with the results rather than how to obtain those results. No software needs to be installed, there is no implementation or testing period, and there are no software support, maintenance or training issues with which to contend," continued O’Neill.
For more information on CS*Proviso or any of the company’s other solutions, visit CaoSys online at www.caosys.com.
CaoSys is an independent software solution provider within the GRC and productivity software space. Its solutions offer radically different ways of implementing solutions for the Oracle E-Business Suite that save time and money. Their solutions provide all the main disciplines for a comprehensive GRC solution, from traditional conflict based segregation of duties to high risk single function security to masking and hiding sensitive data to application configuration to powerful data auditing as well as a host of very powerful productivity tools. CaoSys software helps businesses streamline and secure their applications making their users and therefore their business more efficient whilst ensuring assurance and accountability. CaoSys was formed during 1999 and is based in the UK. Visit CaoSys online at www.caosys.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ERP Seminars
ERP Seminars is a leading firm in the definition of Internal Controls and Security Best Practices in an Oracle Applications Environment and offers various seminars on the topic. Company CEO, Jeffrey T. Hare, CPA CIA CISA has written several industry-leading white papers and is widely published on the subject. ERP Seminars has also formed the Oracle Users Best Practices Board www.oubpb.com to encourage the development of public domain best practices for companies running Oracle Applications. Jeffrey’s first book “Oracle E-Business Suite Controls: Application Security Best Practices” is due to be released in late June 2009. Contact Jeffrey at email@example.com.