SECUDE, SAP partner and a leading data security provider specializing in security for SAP and CAD data, today announced that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association.
SECUDE, SAP partner and a leading data security provider specializing in security for SAP and CAD software, today announced that its HALOCORE® solution has been launched in SAP App Center. The promotion of HALOCORE through the app center would enable SAP customers get immediate access to critical data-security solution and manage the entire lifecycle of the purchase centrally.
SECUDE India today announced that it has signed an agreement with Enstrapp, to enable it to sell and support its SAP data security products, HALOCORE® and HALOCAD®.
Mr. Eric Kang has been appointed as Vice President (Technology) and Evangelist for SECUDE IT Security, LLC in the United States. He will be responsible for sales, marketing and operations in the Americas and will work in close collaboration with SECUDE’s R&D and Product Management departments.
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.
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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.
“HALOCORE provides effective classification and protection of sensitive data by controlling SAP exports and encrypting extracted documents… Deploying HALOCORE at Microsoft helps us keep our company more secure and compliant,” says Shalini Gupta, Principal Privacy Lead at Microsoft. Read the brief case study to know more.
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