In a COVID-19 world where virtual has become the primary way of working, how do companies go live on new technologies and meet compliance objectives in a sustainable way? As companies resume their pursuit of strategic investments in IT transformation, they must be able to identify common challenges with going live and maintaining compliance in a virtual environment, establish a plan of action for preparing the project team and workforce, and put tools and processes in place to effectively monitor and sustain the solution and control environment. How can this be achieved?
Attend this interactive Q&A panel for a discussion of the following topics as case studies with clients examples:
- Develop the appropriate infrastructure
- Psychologically prepare the workforce
- Develop and evolve communication protocols
- Identify risks and mitigation plans
- Utilize continuous monitoring tools
MEET THE EXPERTS
Holly is a partner in PwC’s US SAP Risk and Regulatory practice. She has over 17 years of experience in SAP implementations, security and controls design, and SOX 404 Compliance. Her experience and projects include SAP S/4HANA security and controls optimization, SAP S/4HANA security role redesign, SAP implementation support, SAP GRC Access Control, Process Control and Risk Management implementations, as well as various IT audit and SOX projects. Her recent experience includes being the Security, Controls, and GRC lead for a large-scale S/4HANA implementation.
Carrie is an experienced IT Audit Manager with 20+ years of experience in the information technology and services industry. She is skilled in Business Process, Internal Audit, SAP, GRC, SOX Compliance, Operational IT Audits, Continuous Auditing and Audit Tools development. CISA certified and holds an MBA (focused in Organizational Leadership) from Santa Clara University.
Megan is a manager in the US SAP Digital Risk Solutions practice with an emphasis on SAP and over six years of experience in consulting, auditing, and controlling risk. She focuses on helping companies consider and design an effective control environment during large-scale IT transformation, specializing in leveraging existing investments to control and monitor risks in a more efficient and effective manner. Megan’s recent experience includes an S/4HANA on-premise pre/post-implementation assessment on an integrated financial audit, controls design and testing support for a three-year S/4HANA transformation (on-premise), and as the Security and Controls workstream manager on an S/4HANA STE implementation.