The move to SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA requires a thorough security impact assessment that addresses external threats, governance, risk management and other factors to ensure a secure migration.
SAP HANA customers should invest in an active threat monitoring and detection solution — meaning a SAP-specific threat vector detection.
When moving data and services to the cloud, IT leaders must implement cloud security measures at every step of the complex migration process.
The SAP HANA security evolution started in 2011, peaked in 2014 and continues to deliver critical enhancements to provide analysts with greater visibility.
Like the Na'vi guarded their "Tree of Souls," the Onapsis Security Platform delivers the insights IT analysts need to protect their SAP systems.
Onapsis discovered multiple new vulnerabilities affecting the SAP HANA and SAP TREX applications, including critical and high-risk security flaws.
Vulnerabilities in a SAP HANA system can result in major consequences for users, but identifying and remediating these issues can be easy.
Enterprises must protect their SAP systems through a combination of advanced security tools, support from C-level executives and other efforts.
A new set of SAP HANA vulnerabilities could put corporate data at risk of severe, remote attacks and possible data breach if left unpatched.
New SAP vulnerabilities could pose a serious problem for IT security professionals; despite its ubiquity, SAP is often overlooked as a security risk.