Implications for restructuring our roles in our organization

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We are a huge organization and we are having security issues within the business, losing customer data, fraud, breaches of security and a general overload of roles within teams. We need to reduce the amount of roles. I'm hoping for some advice on what the possible implications to this could be.

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SAP, Role Profiles

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  • CharlieBrowne

    To give you a detailed answer to your question would require more space that allowed for answers.

    Some quick thoughts.

    Define: Losing customer data? Is it electronic data disappearing from the system, or paperwork, or issues with data transfers, or someone stealing and selling data.

    When reorganizing roles, you need to ensure that all roles are covered when reorganization is completed, All people are trained and fully understand what there roles and responsibilities are now, no one is put into a position that there are not enough hours in a day for them to do their work properly. If you have having all those issue, I would assume you will be terminating staff. Be sure their access is cut off and they are not taking anything with them Do you log all data transfer that are done. Is the data being download and/or emailed out of the building.

    There is lots more. This should not be a one person job just from the little bit you put in your question

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  • AndreaF
    You might find some valuable insights by looking into Sarbanes/Oxley Act. Publicly traded companies in the US are required to comply with this Act, to prevent the type of situations that you mention. Good luck - that can't be a pleasant place to work!
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