Case Study
SAP Security: How One Company Broke Down IT Silos to Make Accountability Job 1
Date: 11/19/2018 Length: 3 pages Cost: $25.00

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Recognition of the unique security requirements and issues in securing (SAP) enterprise resource planning environments is gaining greater attention in the information security market. The complexity of SAP’s systems can lead to insecure configurations that can go unrecognized, and patching vulnerabilities can be a serious issue given that some require a system be taken out of service. That’s a costly proposition for some of the largest organizations. This case study delves into the efforts of a pioneering SAP security practitioner at a large U.S.-based manufacturer to bring greater awareness and in-depth discipline to securing his company’s SAP deployments, bridging the gap between traditional SAP security and information security teams. 

Paula Musich - Former EMA Analyst


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