Enterprises that use SAP and run business-critical applications such as ERP, HCM and SCM, have been identified to have significant gaps in security. When speaking to companies using SAP we find that they have uncoordinated security and compliance processes, lack visibility into SAP infrastructure and think that they are covered with outdated security measures such as GRC and perimeter defense strategies.

On Wednesday, November 19th we will be presenting a live webcast to discuss these issues. You’re invited to join Analyst & CTO of Securosis, Adrian Lane, and Julie Ford, Manager of SAP Security for a leading titanium technology organization, as they host “State of Enterprise Application Security.” They will cover current security challenges facing the SAP landscape, the need for business-critical application security, and what can be done to effectively secure SAP systems.
This “no fluff” webcast will provide real-world views and discussions around SAP security challenges facing your organization and the best approach on how to build an enterprise application security program.

Discussions will include:
• The need for security and control over SAP systems
• Why traditional security recommendations leave SAP systems vulnerable
• How to pinpoint gaps in current compliance and security efforts
• How to integrate SAP security imitative into current security management program

Register here for the webcast.

About the author

Paul Asadoorian is the Founder & CEO of Security Weekly, where the flagship show, "Paul's Security Weekly", has been airing since 2005. In 2016, Security Weekly grew into the first security podcast network and added shows like Hack Naked News, Enterprise Security Weekly, and more. Paul hosts the various shows here at Security Weekly, all dedicated to providing the latest security news, interviews with the industry's finest, and technical how-to segments. Paul is also the CEO of Offensive CounterMeasures, a software company dedicated to producing security products aimed at defenders.