All large businesses rely on software solutions to manage many aspects of their business. In time, the business grows so accustomed to the "system" that they deem it authoritative for all information and rarely question it's outputs. When this point of trust is reached, any error in that system can go unnoticed and have a tremendous impact on the organization, even put it out of business.
Here you can read an example scenario (anonimized real life example) and suggested controls to mitigate the risks
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4 Controls to Avoid Risks of Fully Trusting a System
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