Is your SAP security failing or winning? Here’s how to find out (before auditors do).13, October 2017
A couple of weeks ago our team was at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas. This was the first year we participated at this event, and it was quite interesting to see the increased interest and buzz around SAP security. Now, I realize “SAP security” is a very broad term – but it boils down to protecting your precious SAP data two ways: from external AND internal threats. Often the latter is overlooked – and that’s why SAP access security is so important. So, if you were asked by your CIO how your SAP access security is looking what would you say? Are you ready for a year-end security audit? Are you ready for GDPR? These are all questions we can help you answer in our next live webcast on Thursday, October 19th.
The session, called “5 Security Fails That Can Affect Your Next Audit,” is designed for people in IT security, internal audit, and compliance teams who share pains around maintaining SAP access security and may be unsure about how secure (or not) internal controls for SAP access are (hint: segregation of duties, sensitive access, emergency access, and user provisioning processes). We will discuss five examples of SAP security fails in these areas including:
- Symptoms, root causes and how to address them from an IT, audit and business perspective
- Shortcuts to identifying and resolving current issues before the next audit
- Using automation to work smarter while improving security and compliance long-term
Join us on Thursday, October 19th at 12PM Eastern (US/New York). If you can’t join us live, register anyway and we’ll be sure to make the recording available to you after the session. Hope to see you there!