Although cybersecurity threats are not new, the level of concern for organizations is growing as is the priority of protecting against them. With organizations seeking to create new digital customer experiences, applying data analytics, and investing in technology innovations, this makes the challenge even more urgent. The goal is to become knowledgeable to protect your company before a serious issue is encountered. This timely session will explore the biggest cybersecurity issues facing companies today. By attending this lively panel discussion, you will come away better equipped to challenges now and in the future.
Attend this session to:
- Hear about the biggest cybersecurity threats to SAP systems today.
- Understand and prioritize what needs to be protected and how to do so.
- Explore the different types of information from the distinguished panelists.
Interested in learning more, register through September 11th for full access of SAPinsider’s Securing your SAP Landscape 2021 Virtual Summit!
MEET THE EXPERTS
Robert is SAPinsider's Vice President and Research Director and leads the research and content development for the ERP, Platform, Technology, and Security topics. Robert has been working in the SAP ecosystem for more than fourteen years, and has written more than a dozen research reports since joining SAPinsider. In that time he has engaged with customers and vendors through event sessions and webinars to understand their technology and challenges, and helped tell stories that are important to the SAPinsider community. Follow Robert on LinkedIn and Twitter for more ERP, Technology, and Security insights.
Anne Marie is a Cybersecurity Solution Advisor working for the CIO, SAP America aligning cybersecurity best practices, thought leaders, partners, solutions for holistic enterprise security for customers. She is focused on cybersecurity and identity solutions. Her background includes providing solutions in the areas of data protection, identity, multi-factor authentication and encryption to secure SAP and other applications. She holds a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) certification from ISC2. She currently serves as the President of the Metro Atlanta Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) chapter as well as on the board of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Information Security Society. She has worked in the software industry for over twenty five years and holds a bachelor degree in Business Administration with a focus on Management Information Systems from Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan and is currently enrolled in the Georgia State University Masters of Information Systems program with a focus area of Cybersecurity.