Application security, Data security

Securing SAP: Addressing the Critical & Complex Challenge – Christoph Nagy – ASW #196

With 77 percent of all financial transactions touching an SAP system, SAP is the backbone and heart of most organizations. Add to this the vast amounts of customer facing personal data used within SAP, and you can see why SAP security is critical. However, SAP’s complexity - in the form of extensive customization, thousands of configurations, and typical misunderstandings about who and which group is responsible – make SAP security a challenge. Hear SecurityBridge CEO Christoph Nagy discuss with Security Weekly how organizations can navigate and address these challenges by taking critical steps such as patching, creating baselines, and developing roadmaps for risk prioritization and more to become SAP security heroes.

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Guest

Christoph Nagy
Christoph Nagy
CEO at SecurityBridge

Christoph Nagy has 20 years of working experience within the SAP industry. He has utilized this knowledge as a founding member and CEO at SecurityBridge – a global SAP security provider serving many of the world’s leading brands and now operating in the U.S. Through his efforts, the SecurityBridge Platform for SAP has become renowned as a strategic security solution for automated analysis of SAP security settings, and detection of cyber-attacks in real-time. Prior to SecurityBridge, Nagy applied his skills as a SAP technology consultant at Adidas and Audi.

Hosts

Mike Shema
Mike Shema
Security Partner at Square
John Kinsella
John Kinsella
Co-founder & CTO at Cysense
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