With the current HALOCORE Release 5.1, SECUDE uses the MIP SDK to automatically provide authorized SAP downloads with the appropriate MIP protection template. This extends the SAP authorization concept for data beyond the SAP system boundaries.
SECUDE has signed an Interoperability and Joint Marketing Agreement with Microsoft. The agreement also authorizes SECUDE to work with Microsoft to integrate HALOCORE with Microsoft Azure Information Protection providing additional security to SAP users.
HALOCORE® extends the SAP access control shield for IP, PII and even Toxic Data and other sensitive data beyond an SAP enterprise application’s boundary. HALOCORE intercepts the data being downloaded from SAP and applies fully customizable classification labels to the document metadata.
SECUDE will participate at SAPPHIRE NOW® and ASUG Annual Conference being held June 5–7 in Orlando, Florida. SECUDE’s booth will also have a key representative from Microsoft to showcase how HALOCORE controls and protects data exports from SAP applications with Microsoft AIP.
HALOCORE is a unique technology that protects intellectual property and other sensitive information extracted from SAP systems. The new version, HALOORE 5.0, displays a significant change in product architecture featuring scalability and industry-agnostic future-proof applicability.
HALOCORE version 4.4 incorporates a special feature that extends protection features to common use cases of SAP Knowledge Provider (KPro) using distributed and local content servers.
Swiss company SECUDE, which specializes in providing security for SAP (Systems Applications and Products) software, expects more orders from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) after the successful implementation of its software at DRDO’s Research Centre Imarat, Hyderabad (RCI).
The SAP Integration and Certification Center has certified that HALOCORE 4.3 integrates with SAP S/4HANA using standard technologies. Also, the new version of the data security solution enables SAP users to monitor machine-to-machine communication. SECUDE’s collaboration with SAP is key to HALOCORE’s effectiveness.
SECUDE implemented its HALOCORE solution at the Research Centre Imarat (RCI), a leading laboratory for the Defence Research & Development Organisation (Ministry of Defence, India). The organization is responsible for R&D of missile systems, guided weapons and advanced avionics for the Indian Armed Forces.
SECUDE appointed Ramakrishnan Ramani as new Head of global Marketing and Communications. Ramakrishnan will be based at the company’s Chennai office and will report to directly to Mr. Holger Hügel, Vice President Products and Services. Ramakrishnan has over 15 years of experience in journalism and communication.