Security what it means to your business - circa 1999

153 views
92 views

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
153
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Security what it means to your business - circa 1999

  1. 1. Security: What does it mean to your business? presented bypresented by Chaim Yudkowsky, CPAChaim Yudkowsky, CPA Grabush, Newman & Co., P.A.Grabush, Newman & Co., P.A. 410-296-6300 www.gnco.com www.byteofadvice.com
  2. 2. Questionnaire • How many have car alarms? • How many have business alarms? • How many have human security? • How many have ID badges and the like? • How many have other? • Do you leave your house door unlocked at night?
  3. 3. Surveys • 64% of responding companies experienced breach • 79% of execs security is number one business challenge in the next century • 60-80% of risk comes from your own people
  4. 4. The risks to your business data • physical access • electronic / virtual access – intentional – unintentional • misappropriated access – hacking – no policies – employee sensitivity (This is Serious!)
  5. 5. Virtual access • network security – local – wide – Internet – extranet specific • application security • policies
  6. 6. Policies • passwords • security and policy administration • testing
  7. 7. MAS90 and Security • Overall • Specific modules • Third-party enhancements • Remote Access
  8. 8. Overall • users • groups • supervisor rights in a user • ODBC access and 3.3 • cascading rights (starting at about 3.1)
  9. 9. Module security - Part 1 • Payroll – department users • Sales Order – Override price – Profit margin % • Purchase Order – Cost increase – To allow over receive / invoice qty on order
  10. 10. Module security - Part 1 • Payroll – department users • Sales Order – Override price – Profit margin % • Purchase Order – Cost increase – To allow over receive / invoice qty on order
  11. 11. Module security - Part 2 • Accounts Receivable – Commission / credit line override – Batch entry override • Accounts Payable – Batch entry override
  12. 12. Third-party enhancements • Macabe Divisional enhancement – General Ledger – SO / AR – PO / AP – Inventory Management • security for inventory inquiry • security for warehouse
  13. 13. Remote Access • PcAnywhere nightmare • Citrix - only cs • RAS - only cs • other • firewall considerations
  14. 14. In closing . . . “The biggest mistake people make is that they underestimate the risk.” Jeff Moss Founder of Def Con

×