DSAG published privacy guide Walldorf, September 30, 2008 the DSAG data protection working group has published a new guide for SAP ERP 6.0. With checklists, recommendations, test instructions giving a comprehensive overview, starting with the introduction process of order data processing up to the group-wide data exchange. The document will help project managers, departments, privacy advocates, and all consultants working in this area to implement the privacy requirements in the SAP ERP 6.0 system. This is necessary to protect the employee data that is stored in the enterprise systems from abuse. It is important that everyone involved an awareness of data protection and the dangers to us. Data protection within the meaning of faith is simply necessary,”explains Peter Schiefer, spokesman of the DSAG work group data protection and privacy administrator at Bayer AG.
The data protection guide for SAP ERP 6.0 explains in addition to current requirements, including the Legal basis the risks in the implementation and subsequent testing options for the control. In addition to technical notes, checklists and inspection instructions, the document provides also practical tips and recommendations for organisational and contractual solutions. When it comes to roles or authorization concepts for an audit planning, are the concrete examples and information advantage. They show how the examination on the basis of a specific transaction or through a report can be carried out, is how to structure and what questions should be asked. For privacy advocates who have R/3 (release 4. 6 C) and the areas of SAP customer relationship management already to SAP (SAP CRM) and SAP business information warehouse (SAP BW) established published DSAG data protection guidance with access numbers from over 50,000 as a solid source of information. The data protection guide for SAP ERP 6.0 can be downloaded on the DSAG website at../ag-datenschutz-im-ak-revisionrisikomanagement.html. On the DSAG the German-speaking SAP user group (DSAG) e.
V. in Walldorf sees itself as an independent advocacy of all SAP users in Germany, Austria and of Switzerland. The DSAG aims to create tailored SAP solutions. The DSAG founded in 1997 as a registered Association counts today more than 2,000 member companies and has established one of the largest SAP user groups worldwide. Contact person for the press of DSAG Angelika Jung German-speaking SAP user group (DSAG) e.