Beginners Manual to SAP GRC (Hand Notes from Training)

In this document you will find useful notes taken from during GRC training which mainly covers following topics:

  • Elements of Authorization Concept
  • Accelerated SAP (ASAP)
  • Frequently Used Transaction Codes
  • Roles and Different Types of Roles
  • Predefined Profiles in SAP
  • User Administration
  • Role Transportation
  • User Buffer
  • GRC – Governance, Risk, and Compliance
    • Access Control
    • Process Control

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SAP GRC Migration from 5.3 to 10: Step by Step Configuration Guide

This document contains the migration steps of GRC Access Control from 5.3 to 10.1 SP4 version in SAP. Before starting the migration, check the AC 10.1 is properly installed which also includes the plug-ins on all AC backend systems. Upgrade the AC 5.X server to AC 5.3 SP20 level. The following steps describe the migration process which is covered in detail.

  1. Complete the Pre-requisites
  2. Export the SPM data
  3. Export the configuration, master, and transactional data (AC 5.3 only). Then copy the exported data to the import location
  4. Import the common configuration data into AC 10.1
  5. Complete the intra-migration tasks
  6. Import the application data into AC 10.1
  7. Complete the post-import tasks.
  8. Validate the data

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What is GRC ?

Governance, Risk, and Compliance, almost always referred to as GRC, is the latest addition to the parade of three-letter acronyms that are used to describe the processes and software that run the business world. The goal of GRC is to help a company efficiently put policies and controls in place to address all its compliance obligations while at the same time gathering information that helps proactively run the business. Done properly, GRC creates a central nervous system that helps you manage your business more effectively. You also derive a competitive advantage from understanding risks and choosing opportunities wisely. In other words, GRC helps you make sure that you do things the right way: It keeps track of what you are doing and raises an alert when things start to go off track or when risks appear. Read more