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C/4HANA is the name of the newest product in the SAP portfolio. The company based in Walldorf, Germany, promises nothing less than a revolution of customer experience. But is C/4HANA secure? And what does “C/4HANA” mean, anyway?
Holistic, effective risk management in IT will help you make sounder decisions faster and present tremendous potential for value creation throughout your company. In practice, however, we continue to witness a lack of measures appropriate for identifying dangers early on. IT risk management is too often understood as a reactive process.
Did you know that you can distribute licenses easily and automatically via RFC starting from SAST SUITE Release 5.0?
It’s probably too early to sum up the state of SAP security in 2018. Then again, fall is the season for events such as the DSAG Annual Congress (German SAP User Group), which just ended in Leipzig. It is at conferences and trade fairs like this that you get a chance to find out exactly what is on the minds of SAP customers. As a result, it isn’t too soon to get a reading of the security issues that are considered important in the SAP environment.
Almost all companies fine-tune their SAP systems with custom developments, but in doing so, they often expose themselves to severe security flaws. In particular, forgotten code that was only needed for a short time or has since been rendered obsolete by SAP’s own enhancements presents a further avenue for attacks.
AKQUINET’s analyses show that up to 90% of ABAP code is no longer used. Frequently written for one-time situations and neglected ever since, such programming offers an ideal back door for hacking and other forms of manipulation.
The IT compliance field poses a major challenge for SAP customers, and in particular, with regard to the compliance of SAP users. It is no coincidence that roles and authorization issues are what many SAP customers find most frustrating.
Companies find themselves challenged again and again by the immense effort required to keep employee SAP authorizations up to date during day to day business. Our new SAST SUITE module, Self-Adjusting Authorizations, takes an intelligent approach to solving the most frequent problems: It removes unused transactions automatically, increasing both compliance security and protection against data misuse, in turn reducing administrative effort.