SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 10.0

C_GRCAC_10 180 Mins

Certification

SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 10.0

Country
United States of America
Level
Associate
Duration
180 Mins
No. Questions
80
Cut Score
66%
Sample questions
PDF Link
Focus Area
Applications
Product Group
SAP BusinessObjects
Solution
SAP BusinessObjects
Available Languages:
English

Jump to General Certification Information

Description

  • The certification test "SAP Certified Application Associate - SAP BusinessObjects Access Control 10.0" verifies proven skills and fundamental knowledge in the area of SAP BusinessObjects Access Control. It proves that the candidate has a good overall understanding within this consultant profile, and can implement this knowledge practically in projects under guidance of an experienced consultant. It is recommended as an entry-level qualification to allow consultants to get acquainted within SAP BusinessObjects Access Control projects.

Notes

  • To ensure success, SAP recommends combining education courses and hands-on experience to prepare for your certification exam as questions will test your ability to apply the knowledge you have gained in training.
  • You are not allowed to use any reference materials during the certification test (no access to online documentation or to any SAP system).

Topic Areas

Please see below the list of topics that will be covered within this certification and the courses that cover them:

MSMP workflow configuration > 12%

Maintain paths and stages. Customize MSMP workflow. Maintain rules. Generate versions. Maintain agents. Maintain notification variables and templates.

User provisioning configuration > 12%

Configure settings to provision users. Configure provisioning and field mapping. Configure end user personalization form. Create and copy requests for user access and organizational assignments. Configure parameters for periodic access review requests. Configure password self-service.

Access Risk Management setup > 12%

Configure Access Risk Analysis. Maintain risks and critical access rules.  Define shared master data. Guide customer to recognize and remediate risks. Create mitigating controls and assignments based on customer requirements. Configure and track audit trails.

Business Rules Framework setup > 12%

Define workflow-related MSMP rules. Create business rules in the Business Rule Framework (BRF). Create a BRFplus Initiator Rule. Create a BRFplus Agent Rule. Create a BRFplus Routing Rule. 

Common GRC settings configuration 8% - 12%

Configure shared Access Control settings. Synchronize objects in the Access Control repository. Schedule and view background jobs. Activate Business Configuration (BC) sets.

Role definition and management 8% - 12%

Configure role methodology. Map roles to  authorize access to specific application functions. Create business roles to group related roles. Perform Role Mass Maintenance operations. Use role mining to consolidate roles.

Emergency Access Management setup 8% - 12%

Configure Emergency Access Management settings. Set up Access Control scheduled jobs. Plan for emergency access. Set up critical firefighting roles and assignments based on customer requirements. Guide customer on how to monitor emergency access.

Integration Framework configuration < 8%

Create and maintain connectors. Configure shared GRC settings.

General Information

Exam Preparation

Each specific certification comes with its own set of preparation tactics. We define them as "Topic Areas" and they can be found on each exam description. You can find the number of questions, the duration of the exam, what areas you will be tested on, and recommended course work and content you can reference. Please be aware that the professional- level certification also requires several years of practical on-the-job experience and addresses real-life scenarios.

For more Information refer to our 5 simple steps of preparation for an exam and to our FAQs.

Safeguarding the Value of Certification

SAP Education has worked hard together with the Certification & Enablement Influence Council to enhance the value of certification and improve the exams. An increasing number of customers and partners are now looking towards certification as a reliable benchmark to safeguard their investments. Unfortunately, the increased demand for certification has brought with it a growing number of people who to try and attain SAP certification through unfair means. This ongoing issue has prompted SAP Education to place a new focus on test security. Please take a look at our SCN blog to understand what you can do to help to protect the credibility of your certification status.

Our Certification Test Security Guidelines will help you as test taker to understand the testing experience.

Share this course: Print