SAST SOLUTIONS receives the award “Top Identity and Access Management Solution Provider in Europe 2021”

SAST Blog: Award win: Top IAM Solution Provider in Europe 2021.The december issue of Enterprise Security Magazine focuses on IAM solution providers in Europe. It aims to identify the emerging players in the IAM space and showcase their expertise in solving impediments and overcoming market complexities. We are delighted to have won with the topic “Real-Time Identity and Access Management for SAP Systems” the award for “Top IAM Solution Provider in Europe 2021” in this context!

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SAP Cyber Security: Five questions and answers about effectively monitoring SAP systems

SAST Blog: SAP Cyber Security: Five questions and answers about effectively monitoring SAP systemsDo companies need a comprehensive security strategy for their SAP systems? The objective should be the integration into the bigger picture. Due to the lack of structures for overall security, however, security measures on a smaller scale are frequently omitted. It is therefore necessary to optimize internal control systems and – particularly for securing SAP systems – and to establish comprehensive monitoring. Learn more open the interplay of point in time and time frame of the security monitoring.

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Rectify your top findings before the external auditors arrive!

Rectify your top findings before the external auditors arrive!Once a year, as every SAP administrator and security manager knows, the annual external audit is a given. Despite this, the current risk situation of the SAP systems is often uncertain. Have all the vulnerabilities from the last audit really been taken care of? Have new risks arisen in the meantime? If you don’t take active countermeasures, you might end up in the same situation again and again.

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SAP security: Why SIEM doesn’t spot everything and how you can draw attention to SAP incidents nonetheless

SAST Blog: SAP security: Why SIEM doesn’t spot everything and how you can draw attention to SAP incidents nonethelessStandard SIEM monitoring is often insufficient to ensure SAP security, because the specific SAP logs and analyses can’t be interpreted and, consequently, attack patterns cannot be identified or recognized. Why this is the case, what companies can do to integrate SAP in their monitoring nonetheless, and why this end-to-end safeguarding can deliver additional benefits – our CTO Ralf Kempf explains it all in an article for it management magazine.

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Knock, knock! What if a hacker has already broken in when your IT auditor is at the door?

SAST Blog: What if a hacker has already broken in when your IT auditor is at the door? The procedure is well-known at SMEs and large companies: Every year, the auditor comes around for the IT audit, which is carried out as part of the annual overall review. The general objective is to ensure the security and integrity of the audited system (usually the SAP system used for accounting) and to identify potential risks. A management letter then describes follow-up measures to mitigate these risks in future. But does this approach still make sense today?

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