Each Enterprise Resource Planning system is vital for any organization using it with their system as all the data on processes undergone by the companies are stored within it. Which is why the over all security features present in ERP systems are very important. Data tampering is one of the most common crimes done unto ERP systems in companies, which can be done by outside criminals or insiders. Each ERP system uses the most common security procedures, such as using user names and passwords, and verifications of users. However, there are also certain degrees of security measures which an organization can utilize with their ERP system.
Enterprise Resource Planning systems security features can be changed and modified. For one thing, putting certain limitations on users based on their roles in the company can be done. Organizations that only opt to use the most basic security features and measures are subject to being sabotaged, especially if the criminals who are able to take hold of the companys information are more versed in the manipulation of data.
More advanced security measures can be implemented upon proper use of the ERP. So modifying and tweaking an organizations ERP system is always best, since it is almost creating a unique security procedure for the organizations companies. Simply sticking with the common passwords and minimal limitations are no longer the best security measures. Protecting an organizations private data is crucial, which is why newer ERP systems have improved security features which better secures the ERP system.