Our organisation is about to migrate multiple HR systems (Payroll, People
data, leave / sickness absence and security screening data) into one
"single" system. ~15,000 employee details.
A copy database has been created for future tech support (testing
environment) and it has been proposed that a further copy is created and
subsequently used for system administrator training. The issue I have is
that both of these instances will have "Live" data (at the time of
migration) but will not be maintained. As you can imagine some of this data
will be rather sensitive, but I take comfort that the trainee would only
have access to see the same data that they would see within the Production
system. That said, if an individual was to move around within the
organisation, it is possible the administrator will still be able to see
data about that individual (albeit old data), when in production they would
no longer have the access/privilege to do so.
As you can see, for every comfort or justification, I find a worry or
issue..... Am I over cooking this, or are there more serious implications
than I have thought of (I have not listed all my concerns above)? Has
anyone had any experience of this scenario?
Any advice / comments would be greatly received.
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