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Fastpath complements security of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with Fastpath Security Designer

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July 20, 2020 Fastpath, a Microsoft Gold certified partner, delivers Fastpath Security Designer to give companies a strong and reliable security access controls solution.

The Challenge

As companies continue to see benefits with digital transformation and utilize all the capabilities inside Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, the area of security is more important than ever. As business processes change and users are introduced to the benefits of digital transformation in their daily tasks and department functions, security around these tasks and functions continues to be critically important to ensure these benefits are realized.

Many times, security is one of the last pieces of a software implementation project to be completed and consequently does not receive the proper amount of time or resources to effectively set up proper controls over company records and assets. Without the right tool and procedures in place for managing user access, controls can be compromised. Errors, intentional or not, can occur, and data privacy and financial risks are elevated.

The Solution

Security Designer by Fastpath provides a Microsoft Azure-based solution to manage user access and administration efficiently inside Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. It gives security and IT administrators functional tools that they require as well as a framework designed around the industry. The solution ensures security is easy to set up during a company’s digital transformation journey with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

With Fastpath Security Designer, company IT teams can easily edit and create roles with an automatic risk review. Starting with the ability to model security changes, they can simulate edits and view where conflicts exist versus where they would exist if changes went into effect. Administrators can also create multiple security models, and, in turn, be able to decide which model best fits the company’s needs with the lowest possible risk level. Finally, if the implementation of changes is approved, these can be written directly to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, requiring no repeat work, from security analysis to provisioning.

The Fastpath Security Designer is complementary to Dyanmics 365 Finance and Operation’s native security configuration.

Now, teams can:

  • Make changes to security quickly and easily
  • Utilize an easier setup than through the user interface in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Push security changes from Security Designer directly into Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Run a risk analysis against security changes to see the possible segregation of duties (SoD) implications of those changes
  • Turn on/off workflow approval functionality
  • Upload Task Recordings from Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations business processes to set the security required for those processes as well as other security that is and is not provisioned already
  • See objects impacted by proposed security changes

That being said, Fastpath Security Designer provides a robust toolkit for security administrators as they build and manage Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations access for their users. It’s proven to make the task of implementing security easier during digital transformation projects with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

“Fastpath offers a comprehensive governance, risk, and compliance solution that complements Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Security Designer allows customers to be confident their security and control expectations are not only met, but exceeded,” says Andy Snook, CEO, Fastpath.

Muhammad Alam, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Dynamics 365 said, “We’re pleased about the Security Designer announcement which further extends the Fastpath Assure Platform and deepens the security, risk and compliance capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365.”  

To learn more about the efficiencies gained compared to the native security tools in D365 F&O view this video: https://www.gofastpath.com/blog/compare-d365fo-vs-fastpath-security-designer-with-these-demo

About Fastpath

At Fastpath, our mission is to deliver software solutions that seamlessly empower our clients to take control of their security, compliance, and risk management initiatives

If you are spending countless hours preparing for your audits, struggling to comply with legislative requirements like Sarbanes Oxley (SOX), HIPAA, FDA, or just need help reviewing who has access to what within your ERP, Fastpath can help. Fastpath’ s suite of tools can help your company with risk analysis, access certification, role management, compliant user provisioning, emergency access management, and continuous monitoring

Our tools work across many platforms including SAP, Oracle EBS, Oracle Cloud, Microsoft Dynamics (365, AX, GP, NAV, SL and CRM), NetSuite, Sage Intacct, Workday, Workiva, SailPoint, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Coupa, and Acumatica. Contact us to learn more about our solutions or to request a customized product demonstration at www.gofastpath.com

 

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High-End Designer Marvin Nonis Launches Luxury Fashion Magazine

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Marvin Nonis releases the second issue of his luxury fashion magazine. Filled with his expertise on every detail of fine fashion and his passion for luxurious fabric.

Featuring his experiences at two VIP events at the prestigious London Fashion Week, leading-edge designer Marvin Nonis has launched his new creation, Marvin Nonis Luxury Fashion Magazine. Through this new venture, Nonis looks to give lovers of luxury fashion an inside look at the dazzling world of haute couture.

Filled with his expertise on every detail of fine fashion and his passion for luxurious fabric, this magazine will feature both Nonis’ own designs, as well as the best of the best of other designers’ work in later issues. What distinguishes his magazine from all the others on the rack are his expert insights about how it feels to be on the other side of the catwalk.

Other exclusive features include details about how he transforms ordinary people into cover models – his signature strategy. An invitation to try out to become a Nonis model features prominently in his premiere and successive editions. Prospective models, Nonis said, will “receive specialised runway training, so no experience is necessary.”

With its stunning cover, featuring one of Nonis’ own designs, a beautifully embroidered blue evening gown, this magazine looks to burst on the world fashion scene as a key player in the industry press. Throughout the premiere and successive editions, sleek evening gowns blend with flirty cocktail dresses, casual outfits, and outerwear – one of which channels Jackie Kennedy’s iconic coat dress in all its 60s glory as shown in the premier edition of the magazine.

The one ingredient that unites all the featured designs is glamour. Nonis’ trademark style features clean, flowing lines paired with only the finest fabrics. Inspired by classical music, as a recent House of Coco article pointed out, Nonis can take a bolt of fine silk, cashmere, cotton, or wool and turn it into a masterpiece.

His work does the same for all his customers. His magazine echoes this transformative fashion philosophy. Fashion fans can follow the latest magazine at https://issuu.com/marvinnonisuk/docs/mn_magazine_issue_2_final/s/10616146

Marvin Nonis is a world-renowned designer whose mission is to transform his customers from the “ordinary to the extraordinary.” To that end, he launched the Marvin Nonis Fashion Magazine, a showcase that gives its subscribers an inside look at the world of high fashion as only a top designer could. With his impeccable credentials and love of fine fabrics, Nonis takes subscribers behind the scenes of the fashion world’s most prestigious events.

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Seriously ill fashion designer finds therapy through his hand painted designs

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A critically ill organ transplant patient who has had an operation cancelled twice due to the coronovirus pandemic is healing himself though his hand painted leather jacket company.

Richard Gair, of Gogairy Hand Painted Leathers, has survived a pancreas and kidney transplant after suffering from diabetes since a teenager.

Now 47, he survives on a daily cocktail of pills and injections to keep him alive. Over the past 18 months he has developed a painful hernia the size of a football which has split open his abdomen and until the procedure he will need a number of Botox injections to relax the surrounding muscles. This will allow the operation to more straight forward and less stressful on his abdomen. The operation was due to take place in March but was pushed back to April and now has been moved again with no further date planned

Artist and fashion designer Richard is on daily opiate painkillers to numb the pain from all this and is disappointed that his operation was cancelled, saying, “It’s a lot of mental preparation for an operation of this kind especially with an 80% survival rate. I have been fully prepped and prepared myself for it for several months. Now it’s been cancelled and of course I understand why. So I shall just carry on painting and selling my jackets.

GoGairy creates unique hand painted leather and vegan friendly faux leather jackets. Customers can create their own design which he then paints onto a jacket, making a bespoke timeless fashion piece for the wearer. Despite the pandemic the orders are flying in.

Richard said, “Everyone’s online and the traffic to my website and the GoGairy Facebook page is huge, it’s great! I have dropped by prices to reflect the current climate but life has to go on and I am very fortunate that my business is one working from home so I am unaffected by this.

I am in constant pain as a result of my health issues, and I do need to take a daily nap but I find painting really helps with the pain, it’s a really good distraction; a therapy and focusing on painting takes my mind off it. My operation was cancelled but in a way it’s blessing as I would have not been able to work for two to three months. And I can’t imagine not painting, I love it, I love creating a unique piece of art that people are proud to wear.”

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