During an SAP implementation, organizations might be underutilizing optional SAP controls that could provide extreme value to their SAP system and supporting processes. In this short interview, Steve Biskie, a principal in risk consulting at RSM, will explain how configurations and practices can address both missed and misunderstood controls; why it’s important to learn about controls people often overlook; how to make a case for changing these settings; and what SAP tools can be better used to help organizations become more efficient or to investigate potential breaches.
MEET THE EXPERTS
Steve Biskie is a Director at RSM, where he leads the Center of Excellence for Risk Analytics & Automation and is one of RSM's SAP Champions. He has over 25 years of experience spanning all 3 Lines of Defense, and specializes in transforming inefficient and outdated processes and technologies to optimize GRC and audit performance. He has helped organizations from the middle-market to the Fortune 100 implement high-value, sustainable analytics and continuous monitoring programs. He has a passion for using technology to automate mundane, time-consuming tasks to allow organizations to re-focus attention on high-value, thoughtful, and data-informed analysis. Steve is a published author, an internationally-recognized speaker on risk and compliance-related topics, and a six-time IIA All-Star Speaker. He is the author of Surviving an SAP Audit, (SAP Press, 2010), and an expert reviewer for the book Security, Audit, and Control Features: SAP ERP (3rd & 4th Editions). Steve also teaches beginner through advanced SAP auditing courses through the MIS Training Institute, and has traveled to more than 14 countries to share his expertise.