How to protect SAP data, outside of SAP? SECUDE HALOCORE provides automated integration of MIP into SAP environments. The solution is triggered by SAP functions that expose data beyond the system boundaries and retrieves all relevant SAP business metadata for an attribute-based classification on-the-fly.
Infosys wanted to ensure that data especially sensitive information is available only to its employees and is safe-guarded from any third-party views or downloads.
Learn how SECUDE’s HALOCORE provides contextual-driven data protection to SAP exported out of the system by integration with Microsoft Information Protection services.
Learn how HALOCORE complements Microsoft 365 E5 Compliance to protect sensitive data extracted from SAP systems with intelligent data classification, storage encryption, and fine-grained access policies even outside the SAP environment.
Recently, SECUDE in collaboration with Wipro conducted a joint webinar on the topic – How to protect your critical data leaving the SAP environment. If you missed the webinar, you can watch it at the link below.
It is all about protecting your crown jewels. If you are an SAP user, you will be well aware of the security provided ‘inside’. But the key question is: what happens to the security of your data once they are downloaded or even shared with ‘legitimate’ outsiders? Can you ensure data integrity?
IP is the crown jewel of any organization. Protecting it goes beyond traditional security paradigms. Here is the case study of a leading Swiss chip manufacturer who took the extra step of taking a data-centric approach beyond the standard security paradigm.
An ERP, such as SAP, is ubiquitous and all-encompassing. The key value of such a platform is its ability to power operations across departments by enabling seamless data sharing. However, data that is being shared may also be misused and stolen. Here are five SAP data protection scenarios where HALOCORE must be considered.
The recent report about an ex-employee’s access to e-PHI data of a leading Colorado-based medical center raises another important question in addition to robust access control: How to protect data that egress an organization’s enterprise landscape?
Outsider threats, while still an important consideration in cyber security, account for only 40% of malicious attacks on your system while 60% potentially come from trusted insiders. Here are 4 important steps to keep in mind.