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The Three Lines of Defense model is used to systematically approach risks that may arise in companies. It integrates operational controls as well as risk management, information security, and internal auditing. It can be used to assess and classify the risks arising from SAP authorizations. The monitoring of risks is incorporated into the processes, so that there is constant control by various bodies. This reduces the risks considerably and ensures a clean authorization assignment.
Anyone who owns valuable personal property assumes responsibility for it - just like a landlord, for example. He decides whether changes need to be made to the building, whether privacy hedges need to be planted in the garden or whether superfluous old appliances need to be disposed of and, if necessary, has a new lock installed immediately if the front door key is lost. He may forbid visitors who are not relatives to enter the bedroom or the daughter to have a public party in the house.
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First of all, represent your organisation. Map the business processes (if necessary only at the generic level of applications such as MM or CO) across the organisation. On this basis, determine which organisational characteristics (organisational levels, but also cost centres, organisational units, etc.) represent which parts of the organisation. Define (if necessary, only in detail in accounting, otherwise at the level of applications) which functions must necessarily remain separate. If you have a running system, evaluate the use of the last 13 months (see Tip 26, "Use usage data for role definition"). Set up a new system and make sure that processes are always documented to the level of transactions. In such a case, it is also best to collect the business risks directly in the process description.
Partners delivering their developments also maintain the proposed values for their applications in the transaction SU22. If customers are developing systems that supply other system landscapes than your system landscape and require different SU24 suggestion values per system, the proposed values in transaction SU22 will be maintained. The profile generator uses only the values of the transaction SU24 in your customer environment as a data base. To maintain the suggestion values, you can use both the System Trace data for permissions from the ST01 or STAUTHTRACE transaction and the data from the permission trace in the SU24 transaction (see Tip 39, "Maintain suggestion values using trace evaluations").
During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.
Only if you have manually made a different configuration, you must check this requirement.
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This setting is not limited to subdirectories, but includes, for example, all files whose name starts with /tmp-xy.