Bridging the SAP security gap in your digital transformation

Wednesday 23rd March 2022 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

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Security is a huge part of any digital transformation, however, according to a recent Ponemon study, nearly 80% of organizations are introducing digital innovation faster than their ability to secure it against cyberattacks.

Although many network and security teams are addressing this by deploying cybersecurity platforms across the security lifecycle, SAP is often an area that falls through the security gap. With all the business-critical information stored in an SAP system and the huge consequences to an organization, if it is compromised in any way, SAP security should be one of the first considerations on your digital journey.

Protect your business-critical SAP systems from fraud and cyberattacks by integrating SAP systems with security information and event management (SIEM) for compliance and security monitoring. With LogPoint for SAP, organizations can continuously monitor their business-critical data to detect and quickly respond to fraud and threats within SAP.

Join Christoph Aschauer from LogPoint who will be looking at the impact that an unsecured SAP system can have and how incorporating SAP into a cybersecurity platform will allow organizations to enter a more mature stage of their cybersecurity and digital transformation strategies.
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Christoph Aschauer


Christoph is responsible for the management of the LogPoint for SAP business unit. He’s been bridging SAP into SIEM since 2011, based on his main experience within SAP, SAP Security and SAP SW development, in combination with his expertise in log management and SIEM.

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