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P-CO-R Assignment

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you assign one or more control objectives (CO) to a process (P). the power user has created control objective categories and one or more control types for each control object category. you specify which condition could cause the risk to come into play and which consequence this could have. you can specify what would be the qualitative impact of the risk (such as negligible. This means that the validity period of a control objective must fall within that of the process. you select a control objective category that has been created in Customizing for MIC. Example Process: Order processing Control objective: Only authorized transactions are posted Risk: The transaction is not reviewed conscientiously PUBLIC © 2014 SAP SE or an SAP affiliate company. immense). You then assign one or more risks (R) to the combination of process and control objective. Features For each control objective. minimal. A risk is a potential event that adversely impacts the desired outcome of a control objective. control objective. You can define the possible values in Customizing under Edit Attribute Values . Furthermore. Page 3 of 3 . Prerequisites In Customizing for MIC under Edit Attributes ® Attributes with Dependent Attributes .!--a11y--> 1 P-CO-R Assignment Use In the central process catalog. The validity periods of the process. you define the objectives of the process steps defined as controls in that process. For each risk. By doing so. The control objective category determines which control types an organizational unit can later enter as an attribute for a control when accepting processes and documenting controls. and the validity period of the risk must fall within that of the control objective. All rights reserved. and risk must be compatible.