About this Course

Code TPD98471GC10
Duration 3 Days
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This Oracle GRC Controls Suite Fundamentals Ver. 8.6/7.3.3/5.5.1 training describes the four governors that comprise the EGRC Controls Suite. It gives you the opportunity to learn the principal techniques and best practices for the implementation and functionality of Oracle EGRC Controls.Learn To: Understand the components of the EGRC controls. Create and define access models and access continuous controls. Create and define transaction models and transaction continuous controls. Remediate user conflict incidents. Create and define configuration snapshots and change control queries.Create and define form rules, flow rules.Audit Rules and change control rules. Use Application Access Controls Governor (AACG) 8.6.5.Demonstrate regulatory compliance and promote operational efficiency.Utilize the Oracle Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance Suite. Use the EGRC Controls reporting interface to view and track the reports available. Navigate the Enterprise Transaction Controls Governor (ETCG) 8.6.5.Create models and Continuous Control Monitors (CCM) to test transactions and patterns.Monitor, compare and track changes on setup data using Configuration Controls Governor (CCG).Use Preventive Controls Governor (PCG) to implement form rules, flow rules, audit rules and change-control rules within instances of the Oracle E-Business Suite.Benefits to YouBy investing in this course, you'll get a chance to walk though an implementation process that includes configuring and planning data sources, roles, users and notification schedules. Develop the skills to execute the necessary setups for creating entitlements, models, conditions, Continuous Control Monitors (CCM) and best practices around remediation of conflict incidents.Participate in Hands-On ExercisesIn addition to interactive presentations given by expert Oracle University instructors, this course also gives you a chance to reinforce your learning through comprehensive, hands-on practices. These practices help you apply your knowledge of the EGRC Control Suite through exercises that build upon one another to solidify your understanding. A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.


  • Familiarity with basic web application navigation and usageFamiliarity of Oracle access security modelKnow the fundamentals of governance, risk and compliance conceptsFamiliarity with your specific corporate governance conceptsKnowledge of Segregation of Duties conceptsBe familiar with Oracle Applications

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Delegates will learn how to

  • Describe the components that comprise Applications Access Controls Governor (AACG)
  • Describe the components that comprise Enterprise Transaction Controls Governor (ETCG)
  • Load and create models, continuous controls and generate user conflict incidents, use reports, learn best practices for analyzing and remediating conflict incidents
  • Create transaction control models and continuous controls
  • Describe the components that comprise Configuration Controls Governor (CCG)
  • Describe the components that comprise Preventive Controls Governor (PCG)


Introduction to the Oracle Governance, Risk Compliance Controls Suite

  • About Governance, Risk and Compliance Controls
  • Oracle Solutions for GRC
  • GRC Architecture
  • GRC Components
  • Continuous Controls Monitoring Overview
  • Access to GRC Applications
  • CCM module(Access and Transaction Governor) - Common Features

Continuous Controls Monitoring

  • Application Navigation
  • Viewing the Home Page
  • GRC Controls Navigation
  • Continuous Control Monitoring Workflow
  • Continuous Controls Management
  • Results Management
  • GRC Security
  • Roles

Applications Access Controls Governor Overview

  • AACG Overview
  • Access Control Life Cycle
  • Access Points
  • Entitlements
  • Segregation-of-duties Conflicts
  • Environment Setup and AACG Implementation
  • Multi-Platform and Cross-Platform Support
  • Implementation Approach Overview and Flow

AACG Configuration Planning and Installation

  • Application Configuration
  • Configuration Planning
  • Defining Data Sources
  • Manage Application Data
  • Run Synchronization
  • Notifications
  • Defining Notification Schedules
  • Notification Configuration

AACG Models and Control Planning and Setup

  • Planning Overview
  • Models Controls Overview and Workflow
  • Creating/Importing Access Models
  • E Business Suite Access SOD Challenges
  • PeopleSoft Authorization Model
  • Fusion Authorization Model
  • Manage Entitlements
  • Model Analysis Flow


  • Application Access Controls Governor Remediation Steps
  • Focus on Areas with the Highest Risk, Priority, and Volume
  • On-Line Views to Analyze Incidents
  • Reports and Extracts to Analyze Incidents
  • Assign Incidents to Business Owners
  • Utilize Corporate Change-Tracking Process
  • Remediation Plan
  • Changes to Business System

Manage Access Approvals

  • Manage Access Approvals
  • Enforcement
  • Conflict Management
  • Order of Priority
  • Manage Notification Configuration
  • Responding To Notifications
  • Manage Access Approval
  • Administer Access Approvals History

8 AACG Reporting

  • Reporting Overview
  • Contextual Reporting for Control Summary
  • Contextual Reporting for Incident Results
  • CCM Control Management Reports
  • CCM Result Management Reports
  • Reporting File Types
  • Manage Report Parameters

Enterprise Transaction Controls Governor Overview

  • GRC Platform and ETCG Differentiators
  • About Transaction Governor
  • ETCG Setup Flowchart
  • ETCG Terminology
  • Create Filters and Use Business Objects
  • Processes by Functional Area

ETCG Configuration Planning and Installation

  • Configuration Planning
  • Defining Data Sources
  • Run Synchronization
  • Synchronizing Data
  • Manage Jobs
  • Administration Management
  • Application Configuration – Properties Tab
  • Application Configuration – Patterns Tab

ETCG Manage Models

  • ETCG Modelling
  • Business Objects
  • Datasources
  • Export Model
  • Import Model
  • Manage Shared Models
  • Data Access and Security

ETCG Create and Edit Models

  • Modeling
  • Adding Custom Objects to the Business Objects Library
  • Select Data Sources
  • Manipulate Objects in the Model Objects Pane
  • Filters, Functions, and Patterns
  • Define Model Results
  • Save the Model
  • View Results Page

ETCG Create and Manage Transaction Controls

  • Create Transaction Controls
  • Transaction Controls Components
  • Run Control a Analysis
  • Remediation
  • Manage Result Incidents
  • Incident Status and States Flow
  • Focus on Areas with Highest Risk, Priority, and Volume
  • Reports and Extracts to Analyze Violations

Configuration Controls Governor Overview

  • Oracle Applications Setup Overview
  • Why Monitor Your Oracle Applications Set-ups?
  • Why Oracle Application Set-ups Change
  • CCG Functionality
  • Snapshots and Comparisons
  • Change Tracking
  • Terminology: Unique Identifiers and Primary Keys
  • CCG Definitions Example Screenshot

CCG Snapshots and Comparisons

  • Create Snapshot Definitions
  • Generate Snapshot Occurrences on Demand
  • Create and Read Snapshot Occurrence Reports
  • Create and Read Same Record Comparisons

CCG Change Tracking

  • Create and Read Change Tracking Reports
  • Create Change Tracking Definitions
  • Tracking the Tracker: The Change Tracking Status Reports
  • Transfer Change Tracking Data
  • Define Change Tracking Queries and Alerts
  • Using the Change Tracking Data Repository: Designating Change Tracking Alert
  • Recipients

CCG Additional Activities

  • Lock Snapshot Definitions
  • Schedule Snapshots for Future Executions
  • Manage Baseline Snapshot Definitions
  • Perform a Forced Comparison
  • Create Templates
  • Purge Snapshot Definitions and/or Occurrences
  • Purge Change Tracking Data
  • Define Security Groups and Users

Preventive Controls Governor Overview

  • Preventive Controls Governor Overview
  • User Interface

PCG Form Rules

  • Event Tracker
  • Set Security with Event Tracker
  • Setting Security, Security Attributes
  • Creating Messages
  • Default Value Rule
  • List of Values Rule
  • Navigation Tab
  • Field Attributes Tab

PCG Flow Rules

  • Process Rules
  • Trigger-Based and Periodic Process Rules
  • Approval and Notification Process Flows
  • Concurrent Request Process Flow
  • SQL Process Flow
  • Condition Process Flow

PCG Audit Rules

  • Audit Rules Overview
  • Creating Audit Groups
  • Defining Audit Columns and Translation Data
  • Activating an Audit
  • Reporting
  • The Online Audit Form
  • Audit Migration

PCG Change Control Rules

  • Change Control Rules
  • Approval Change Control Rule
  • Create Change Control Rules Manually
  • Load Optional Change Control Rules Content
  • The Process

3 Days


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