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SAP authorization management put to the test at Berliner Wasserbetriebe

SAP Authorization Management put to the test (©Berliner Wasserbetriebe)Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Berlin’s water supply and wastewater disposal company, is a public institution and is therefore subject to special legal requirements. High security standards apply to both business processes and its IT operations. As a consequence, setting up transparent SAP authorization management company-wide to meet all of these requirements was one of the water company’s most critical tasks.

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The Most Important Elements of a Cybersecurity Strategy

SAST BLOG: The Most Important Elements of a Cybersecurity StrategyToday, cyberattacks on companies can easily cause damage in eight or even nine figures. Such attacks often take the form of spam e-mail, written with perfect spelling and grammar, that appears to have been sent by a colleague or a friend. The recipient is usually instructed to click a link or enter a password. And then it’s already too late: The malware spreads throughout the company. With the right cybersecurity strategy, on the other hand, you are well prepared.

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SAP Security: Five Ways to Make Sure You’ll Be Hacked

Hacker attacks threaten SAP security: All alarmist nonsense?(A guide of the less serious sort.)
Let’s be honest right off the bat: There’s a lot of hype in the media about IT security in general and SAP security in special these days. But is there really anything behind it? Those headlines about millions of data records going missing always affect someone else – whether it’s Equifax across the pond or the big tech companies that have been infiltrated by organized groups of Chinese hackers. It’s all alarmist nonsense!

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