Implementing Fastpath’s Assure Suite: What is Assure Suite?

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The Fastpath Assure Suite is a comprehensive security auditing tool for analysing segregation of duties, critical transactions and key access to systems. While it works with several systems, this series of posts is specifically looking at it working with Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Fastpath developed the Assure suite of tools to simplify security and audit needs by streamlining segregation of duties analysis and user access reporting. If your company is having trouble reviewing user access, recognizing access conflicts, or tracking what users do with their access, the Fastpath Assure suite has solutions to help. Separated into modules to allow proper reporting, the suite includes templates to make security or audit reviews easy to understand, shareable, and with scheduling automation, built for repeatable success.

Access Reviews

The Access Review module pulls user access data from your business software, allowing you to review and sign-off on access by user, company, role, and data sensitivity.

Audit Trail

The Audit Trail module tracks changes made to your business software, including schema changes. Audit Trail allows you design templates that focus on high conflict areas of change, creating efficient and easy-to-read reports.

Segregation Of Duties (SoD)

The SoD module analyses access in your business software by user or role, down to the lowest security level, reporting any conflicts or risks associated with the access.

Identity Manager

The Identity Manager module allows user provisioning to be fast and secure. Using this tool allows business process owners to request access directly from approvers without the need for IT intervention, streamlining the provisioning process. It also allows you to assign temporary (or firefighter) access.

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