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  Reply # 2080305 28-Aug-2018 14:59
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freitasm:

 

This is not the same as OP's case. Please do not send OP to Facebook.

 

OP has been advised to work with bank.

 

 

Thank you.

 

and Yes, we are working with bank to get this sorted.





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  Reply # 2080338 28-Aug-2018 16:03
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KillerHulk:

 

A & B are admins

 

A & B are the only one who can authorize.

 

C can only create / modify.

 

 

 

 

Based on the info you have provided I would suggest at the very least: -

 

- Secure the access by A, B and C with some sort of 2FA;

 

- Ensure that if a transaction is edited the creator and authoriser(s) are notified, so re-checks can be made (ask for hard copy);

 

- Incorporate verbal verification (hard to subvert) into the approval chain, repeating this step if a transaction is edited ;

 

 

 

I would also look at the separation of create and approve authorities recommended earlier.  But ... that may not be possible if you have a small organisation.

 

Disclaimer: I'm speaking from experience, not expertise.  Best source of advice might be an audit firm.

 

 





Mike

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