Next-generation application security for SAP

Organizations are looking for easy to maintain, integrated, and scalable system architectures that provide a high level of protection against internal and external threats. Combining perimeter security and critical application security is a natural evolution and defines the next-generation of application security.

SAP Solutions process and store some of the world’s most sensitive data, making it imperative for organizations to protect it with a high level of defense against internal and external threats.

Fortinet and SecurityBridge have combined forces to deliver the next generation of application security with a unified solution that integrates network security with SAP application security

and is available on-prem, in the cloud, and hybrid environments. It is easy to maintain, and scalable, and provides end-to-end protection to enterprises SAP systems, from the perimeter of the network to the application layer. 

Join experts from Fortinet and SecurityBridge to learn how speed-to-security and adequate response capabilities can become key actions in your defense again SAP cyber-attacks.  

Key Takeaways:

  • Architecture of SAP perimeter security and explanation of an attack scenario
  • Live demo of the integrative detection and response approach
  • Understand the end-point monitoring and attack analysis capabilities for SAP
  • Product management outlook and future benefits

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