Are You Doing Enough to Prevent Access Risk and Fraud?

A recent survey of enterprise resource planning (ERP) customers reveals that they are serious about protecting their critical applications from the risks associated with user access, and that managing access risks is very important to senior leadership in their organizations. In fact, the top driver for these programs is internal policies, whereas traditionally, access risk programs have been driven more by regulatory compliance. Read this white paper to learn more.

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