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What is SOD conflicts in GRC?


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  • Mar 02, 2018 at 01:45 AM

    Hi Nagaraju,

    In Summary, SOD stands for Segregation of Duties. Therefore, an SOD Risk (or conflict) is a chance that someone has access to the system without proper segregation, i.e. too much access. That could potentially allow the user to execute some actions that would result in fraud, for example.

    Here is a good start:

    And here on how to use GRC AC to address it:


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    • Hi Raju,

      If my reply answered your original question, then please click on Accept. If not, but it was helpful, please click on the UP sign on the left of my answer.

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      Note: your question #6 has 3 distinct questions and one of those is not at all related to GRC: "tcode for table join". A Google search will quickly give you the answer for that one.