Your General Manager, Bradley is concerned that there is a high-value inventory moving through the system, but the profits are, at best, meager for high margin items. Bradley discussed the issue of inventory volume with Lloyd to see if he knew of any reason for the miserable performance, since so many high-value items were being ordered and shipped.
Your goal is to ensure that the users have only those access permissions that they need to perform their jobs effectively. A bit of research reveals that the warehouse has many goods to ship. You have developed the following matrix and scheme to identify conflicts in duties to address with the management. This will help Acme during the pending audit and reduce asset risk.
Using the following legend, provide the users with the appropriate rights and permissions:
A = Assigned to the user F = Needed for primary function
T = Temporary N = Never
BP = By Position Assigned RO = Read Only
Segregation of Duties Matrix (System User–Rights and Permissions)DepartmentJenniferBusterBradleyLloydLuEllenRobertSpareSamReceivingAAAAAAAAShippingAAAAAAAASalesAAAAAAAAAccounts PayableAAAAAAAA
Segregation of Duties Matrix (System User–Rights and Permissions)DepartmentJenniferBusterBradleyLloydLuEllenRobertSpareSamReceiving Shipping Sales Accounts Payable
After assigning the correct roles and access privileges to the users given in the scenario, answer the following questions: