Security

Security has always been important for SAP applications, but this has historically been primarily focused on access and process control for applications. With the focus on moving enterprise applications into the cloud space, overall security is becoming more and more critical, as is compliance to various government regulations and standards. Content in this topic area will focus on ensuring that SAP systems are secure from both internal and external security threats, as well as what organizations need to do to prepare systems for potential cybersecurity attacks. It will additionally cover compliance topics, the impact of different compliance regulations, and what steps SAPinsiders need to take to ensure that their applications and data meet these requirements.

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    SAP Announces It Is Addressing Cyber Security Gaps in Multiple Cloud Solutions

  2. Impact of Cloud and SAP HANA on Enterprise Security Strategy Benchmark Report

  3. Insights for Evaluating, Identifying, and Executing Cybersecurity for Your SAP Systems

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  1. HPE

    More than 25,000 customers run SAP applications on HPE infrastructure, and we’ve deployed more than 34,000 servers for SAP HANA. We understand SAP and what SAP HANA requires from your server and storage environment, keeping mission-critical applications protected, available, and ultimately modernizing your digital core.

  2. Virtustream

    Virtustream, a Dell Technologies business, is the enterprise-class cloud service provider trusted by enterprises worldwide to migrate and run their mission-critical SAP applications in the cloud. For enterprises, service providers and government agencies, Virtustream’s xStreamCare Services expertise provides a personalized, high-touch approach to application and system modernization. Virtustream’s SAP-certified experts are backed by 10+ years of migration and management experience, featuring the completion of over 2,500 SAP migrations to date with 0 production rollbacks. As a result, organizations are assured to achieve the highest levels of availability, performance, security, agility and efficiency in the cloud.

  3. Why and how to minimize your Attack Surface in SAP

    Cyber attacks are growing exponentially as remote work becomes the norm and new exploits capture the attention of hackers. A key theme is that these threats increasingly focus on the application layer – more specifically, the user layer – leveraging privileged accounts to get the keys to your kingdom. While perimeter security and IAM best…
  4. Cybersecurity and Data Protection: Taking an Integrated Approach

    By Fred Donovan, Senior Editor, SAPinsider “The threat actor only needs to be right once. We need to be right every time,” says Scott Margolis, Managing Director for the Data Privacy and Protection Practice at Ernst & Young (EY).   The best way to stay ahead of threat actors, considering the global shift to remote work, is to implement an “integrated approach” to…
  5. Securing the SAP Landscape Against Cyber Threats Benchmark Webinar

    Over the past several years SAP systems have increasingly been targeted for cybersecurity attacks as they contain some of the most critical data within the organization. Part of the reason for this is the fact that those SAP systems are increasingly becoming more connected with each other, with applications like SAP SuccessFactors and SAP Ariba…
  6. Securing the Intelligent Enterprise from Cyberattacks

    Join Onapsis and SAP as we highlight how to address security and compliance issues so you can protect your mission-critical applications. In this session we will discuss the latest threat landscape targeting SAP applications, the importance of keeping up with patches and the need to continuously assess and monitor SAP applications to quickly detect and…
  7. Securing the Intelligent Enterprise from Cyberattacks

    Join Onapsis and SAP as we highlight how to address security and compliance issues so you can protect your mission-critical applications. In this session we will discuss the latest threat landscape targeting SAP applications, the importance of keeping up with patches and the need to continuously assess and monitor SAP applications to quickly detect and respond to…
  8. How to modernize your SAP Access Control rule set and mitigating control library

    Being on the “latest and greatest” version of the GRC technology does not always mean that your GRC rule set or mitigations are current and accurate for your business. How can you be sure that your controls and processes are up to date, accurate, and reflective of compliance standards? In this session we will explore…
  9. Expert’s guide for SAP GRC 12 configuration, Fiori UI, HANA integration, and upgrade FAQs

    SAP GRC 12.0 has upgraded the look and feel of the GRC suite’s user experience while offering new enhanced integration with SAP HANA. Anyone considering a move from SAP GRC 10.0 to 12.0 will want to know that the upgrade will be successful. How can you best configure this security and compliance suite to fit…
  10. Using SAP UI Logging & the SAP Security Audit Log to monitor events to mitigate Cyber Security Risks

    Protecting an organization’s data has never been more challenging. The cost of a data leak goes far beyond fines – impacting both investor and consumer confidence, causing potentially catastrophic harm to brand and reputation. Proactively addressing risk through logging user interaction, coupled with masking sensitive confidential data provides much needed tracking, auditability and safeguarding. SAP…