Case Study: Eli Lilly and Company's Tips for Troubleshooting SAP Process Control and Using CCMs

Attend this session to understand how Eli Lilly and Company is using SAP Process Control Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM) to monitor compliance, automate control performance and check for system issues. During this session you will:
- Gain insight into tips and tricks learned through real-word experience
- Understand how Lilly is using CCM to automate control performance and improve the auditability of controls
- Learn about business rules that have been put in place to ensure that the system is working as expected
- Learn of GRC 12.0 features that have improved our use of CCMs
- Take home examples of CCMs that Lilly is using today
- Learn of examples of key reports used for troubleshooting issues

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Emily Damson Eli Lilly and Co
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Emily Damson is the SAP Security and Controls Architect at Eli Lilly and Company. She is responsible for the SAP GRC Process Control solution at Eli Lilly and Company, and works with a wide range of business partners to automate the performance of SOX, SOD or operational controls across our organizations, reduce manual effort and better identify potential issues within our SAP systems. She also has shared responsibility for the global governance and oversight of the SAP security as it relates to financial functions within Eli Lilly.