Security BPA Session draws large crowd

More than 60 system-wide subject matter experts attended the PeopleSoft Application Security workshop yesterday, and another 30-40 attended online.

The session covered Permission Lists and Roles (establishing permission lists, establishing roles, associating these roles with Permission Lists, and then tying those roles to the end user). SMEs also reviewed the process of entering new students and employees into the system and–at the other end of the line–removing inactive users from the system.

SMEs also discussed the various security levels (who is authorized to see and do what within the system) and how that is set up. Many great questions were asked and everyone was forced to use the microphone when speaking, so if you are a college or SBCTC employee and you missed all or parts of the workshop, you can visit the ctcLink BPA Workshops page, open the Super Schedule and click on the TECH tab at the bottom to get the link to the recorded session. You can see and hear it all there!

Thanks for all the SME involvement yesterday (and today for HCM Employee Self Service). We know fall quarter is just around the corner, so we appreciate your time!

Ciber's Don Meilink speaks to a packed house during the ctcLink Security BPA Workshop on September 10 in Bellevue and online.

Ciber’s Don Meilink speaks to a packed house during the ctcLink Security BPA Workshop on September 10 in Bellevue and online.

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  1. Pingback: Another Big Turnout for a BPA: Security | ctcLink @ Tacoma Community College

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