SECUDE highlights participants on the urgent need to look into application-level security of their SAP system and holds meaningful conversation with eminent participants at the event.
HALOCORE 5.1 is based on new, powerful rules and configuration templates (available for SAP solutions for financial and HR functions) to easily meet classification and reaction requirements, even in complex use cases. The new engine also provides the foundation for forthcoming automation initiatives that incorporate machine learning concepts.
PII of around 500 million(!) guests at Marriott hotels has been compromised. The cause of this is due to unauthorized access within its network since 2014. Could this have been averted as early as 2010 when it switched to SAP ERP?
The recent arrest of a BrahMos Aerospace engineer highlights the need for organizations, private and government-run, dealing with sensitive military technologies to up their data security best practices. When it comes to national security, best may not be best enough.
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.
SAP customers are concerned about identification of data in the SAP system, their pseudonymisation in copies of the production system, and timely information, blocking and finally deletion of user data. This is what users should keep in mind.
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.
Information, such as pricing, inventory management and consumption-based planning, that is included in SAP Material Management need to be protected. Often access to such complex and sensitive material data is unregulated based on the quoting procedures and exports of such information are frequent.
“Students should take risks and join smaller companies as they offer much wider and deeper experience than enterprise environments,” says Dr. Heiner Kromer, Chairman, SECUDE, in his key note address at the inauguration of the IT Security Department at the University of Luzern, Switzerland, on 22nd February 2018. Here is the transcript of his presentation.
In January 2017, Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered the Internet to be cleansed of free VPN access by March 2018. Going by the progress of things in the country, they are ready to impose the ban by the end of February. In such a scenario, how can companies secure data in China?