• Concept / Introduction
  • SAP Security Approach
  • Methodology

It consists of fully integrated modules which cover the majority of the business management aspects. SAP handles the organization's most sensitive data, which includes the departments of Accounting, Business Intelligence, Human Resources, Inventory, Supply Chain Maintenance, Manufacturing, Project Management, CRM, eCommerce, etc. And thus, securing these modules is very vital.

SAP Security

Elements of SAP Security

Given the complicated and interconnected nature of SAP systems, there is a lot that goes into maintaining their security. When it comes to SAP Security, here’s an overview of the different aspects involved:
  • Infrastructure security
  • Network security
  • Operating system security
  • Database security
  • Secure code
  • Configuration of a server
  • Enablement of security logging
  • System communication

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The Most Common Uses of SAP Security Are:

  • Avoiding exploitation and fraud
  • Ensuring data integrity
  • Identifying unauthorized access
  • Continuous and automated audits
  • Detecting data leaks
  • Centralizing security monitoring

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