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Critical Controls Implementation for Salesforce
Release Date: 06/15/2021
Working Group: Enterprise Resource Planning
Please note that this is a reference document whose purpose is to promote best practices for cloud deployments of the Salesforce Platform. It does not replace Salesforce's documentation and specific instructions. Specifically, this guide is to be used as part of the Enterprise Resource Planning Working Group's ongoing dialogue.
- The rationale for 20 critical controls for the Salesforce Platform, including: secure authentication, user accounts management, segregation of duties, change management, secure integrations and API, continuous monitoring, data encryption, continuous compliance, and more
- The specific requirements and steps needed to implement the 20 critical controls
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Juan-Pablo Perez-Etchegoyen is the chief technology officer of Onapsis, where he leads the innovation team to ensure the company stays on the cutting edge of the business-critical application security market. He serves as co-chair of the CSA Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) working group, where he leads the development of multiple documents and surveys to help organizations secure their ERP applications while migrating to the ...