PeopleSoft Security Rel 8.50

Course Fees: $5368.00 excl. GST
Printed Manual: $0.00 excl. GST
Course Duration: 4 days
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This course teaches you to design and implement PeopleTools security that is common to all PeopleSoft applications. You will discuss the best practices of organizing, implementing, administering, and evaluating PeopleSoft security;



explore the capabilities of application security by creating permission lists, roles, and user profiles; and use development security to control PeopleTools such as Application Designer, Process Scheduler, Query, and Data Mover. You learn to use data encryption technology to hide sensitive data at the database level. Learn to monitor tables using three types of auditing. Secure queries, batch processes, and reports. Learn to configure single sign-on among PeopleSoft applications and how you can configure PeopleSoft applications to use directory servers to authenticate PeopleSoft users.



Note: This course does not cover application-specific security such as HR, Financials, and EPM specific data permissions or row-level security







Learn to:



Secure queries, processes, pages, and elements of the PeopleTools tool set.



Encrypt data.



Integrate PeopleSoft applications with a directory server.



Create and import digital certificates in PeopleSoft applications.



Configure single sign on among PeopleSoft applications.



Create permission lists, roles, and user profiles.



Technical Administrator

Technical Consultant

Security Admnistrators

Working knowledge of PeopleSoft Architecture, Experience with the Eight Steps of Application Development, Understanding of basic navigation and PeopleSoft concepts, Understanding of your company's security requirements
  • Describe security design and administration in PeopleSoft Internet Architecture
  • Implement application security
  • Implement security for batch processing and reporting
  • Administer portal and sign-on security
  • Administer security for a directory
  • Encrypt data
  • Create and import digital certificates
  • Synchronize security across multiple PeopleSoft applications
  • Enable Single Sign on among multiple PeopleSoft applications.
Describing Information Security



Discussing Information Security



Listing Security Levels



Designing and Implementing PeopleSoft Security



Working with Permission Lists



Describing Application Security



Creating Permission Lists



Copying Permission Lists



Deleting Permission Lists



Working with Roles



Creating Roles



Copying Roles



Deleting Roles



Working with User Profiles



Creating User Profiles



Copying User Profiles



Managing Advanced Application Security



Defining User Profile Types



Deleting User Profile Data



Configuring Distributed User Profile Assignment



Configuring Dynamic Role Assignment



Auditing Security Tables



Configuring Field Audits



Configuring Record Audits



Configuring Database Level Audits



Managing PeopleTools Security



Securing Client-Based PeopleTools



Managing Definition Security



Implementing Change Control



Encrypting Data



Describing Data Encryption



Describing Pluggable Cryptography



Viewing Algorithm Chains and Key-sets



Defining Encryption Profiles



Attaching Encryption PeopleCode



Using PSCipher to Encrypt Text



Using Digital Certificates



Describing Public Key Infrastructure



Describing Digital Certificates



Obtaining Digital Certificates



Importing Digital Certificates



Requesting and Importing Digital Certificates into the Database Keystore



Requesting and Importing Digital Certificates into the Java Keystore



Securing Processes



Describing Process Security



Granting Access to Components



Securing Process Definitions



Securing Process Groups



Configuring Process Profile Permissions



Using Reporting Console



Administering Query Security



Creating Query Profiles



Creating Query Access Groups



Implementing Query Row-Level Security



Maintaining Portal Registry Security



Working with Portal Registry Security



Viewing Security Details



Administering Sign-on Security



Describing PeopleSoft Authorization IDs



Explaining the Sign-on Process



Configuring Password Controls



Setting Up Forgotten Password Options



Configuring Single Sign-on



Defining Nodes for Single Sign-on



Configuring Trusted Nodes



Maintaining security definitions among multiple database



Transferring security definitions between databases



Synchronizing user profile data among databases



Configuring PeopleSoft Applications for Directory Authentication



Describing Directories



Explaining Directory Authentication



Configuring Directory Authentication



Assigning PeopleSoft Roles Using Directory Groups