- December 20, 2017
- 10:00 (CEST)
- December 20, 2017
- 10:00 (PDT)
All international companies processing data of EU residents fall into the scope of the GDPR, which becomes enforceable from 25 May 2018. That means that almost every company in Fortune 2000 has to understand the impact of the GDPR and begin to approach compliance.
The first. Unique. Smart. That’s how we can describe the new ERPScan Smart Cybersecurity Platform for SAP, which will be presented at our next webinar.
It’s no secret that where there’s money, there are malefactors as well. That’s why the majority of security incidents in retail are related to credit card fraud. In this webinar, we will describe how attackers can exploit Point of Sale and Point of Purchase systems.
SAP incidents are devastating with their consequences: financial, reputational, and operational losses. ERPScan was designed to establish ongoing trust in SAP technologies by delivering security consulting services and products. On September 20, 2017, we are going to provide recommendations on how to prevent cybersecurity incidents by implementing the following security controls: SAP Access Controls, Awareness and Training, Data Security and Secure SAP Architecture.
Nowadays amid constant attacks against ERP systems and innumerable cybersecurity challenges resolved in a fragmentary manner, it’s high time to reorient a cybersecurity approach.
The growing number of attacks against ERP systems and new vulnerabilities appearing almost every day call for a holistic approach to ERP system security. EAS-SEC SAP Cybersecurity Framework is designed to systemize all the necessary activities to protect business applications.
Point-of Sale vulnerabilities and even real data breaches make headlines on the regular basis. It come as no surprise as these systems are a treasure trove of payment card data. ERPScan’s researchers will deliver their presentation to demonstrate that SAP POS is not immune to cybersecurity issues.
Do you want to predict every step an attacker may take to exploit your SAP security imperfection? Well, who doesn't? ERPScan's experts are eager to share their knowledge on how to foresee SAP data breaches during the upcoming SAP Cybersecurity Framework Vol.1 (PREDICT) webinar.
Oracle’s PeopleSoft applications are vulnerable to many attacks and their protection is not an easy task. Especially, when it comes to compliance with GDPR. ERPScan delivers its webinar to clarify all the intricacies of this process.
All international companies partnering with EU businesses or targeting individuals in EU are falling into the GDPR scope on 25 May 2018. That means that almost every company in Fortune 2000 should understand the impact of the GDPR and determine an approach to compliance.