Escape Velocity Systems Guards Against Malevolent Data Tampering According to Manufacturing Journalist TR Cutler
Released on: February 25, 2008, 8:04 am
Press Release Author: Thomas R. Cutler
Press Release Summary: Escape Velocity Systems Guards Against Malevolent Data Tampering According to Manufacturing Journalist TR Cutler
Press Release Body: According to Cutler, "Lean manufacturing principles call for productivity gains, which are increasingly dependant upon speeding up the flow of sensitive data throughout the enterprise. As proprietary data is managed through an ERP (enterprise resource planning) system industrial security requires that this precious information must be guarded from malicious data tampering."
The new feature article in the current issue of The Machinist authored by manufacturing journalist, Thomas R. Cutler is titled: "Streamline the security processes." Cutler discusses how technology solutions can guard malevolent data tampering and in due course smoothen the data to work impeccably. Here both the principles of security and safety play a significant role and are to be seen as part of a lean manufacturing continued process improvement program.
According to Evan Garber, President of Escape Velocity Systems (www.evs-sw.com) , which specializes in formula-based process manufacturing, "Advanced auditing and security functionality is not simply preventing unauthorized data manipulation.risk management, it provides a context for a data management plan that includes process improvement."
Technology solutions must provide direct security and user accountability for one's actions along with the ability to manage the ancillary attached data through an approval, lockdown, and version control process; security also requires efficiency of electronic document handling. Garber suggests that there are specific questions that process manufacturing CFO's must be able to answer from ERP reports including:
Who are all the people who touched this document and how long were they working on it? What reasons were provided for making additions, deletions, or modifications? Did a supervisor approve the changes? What safeguards are in place to ensure that the user, not someone else, made changes?
Escape Velocity Systems (EVS) was formed in 2001 to combine specific industry knowledge related to process manufacturing, distribution, and ERP implementations with cutting edge software development. The company focus is to create tools that enable mid-market enterprises to achieve their goals, focusing on lean processes and ROI.
Escape Velocity Systems www.evs-sw.com Evan Garber President email@example.com 303.494.1765 x114
Web Site: http://www.evs-sw.com
Contact Details: Escape Velocity Systems 2530 55th St. Suite 204 Boulder, CO 80301 303-494-1765