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Webinar: Why is SAP Security Patching not like Windows Updates?

Admittedly, installing SAP security patches is not easy. Which might leave you wondering: Why is this the case? and What can you do to improve? We will answer these questions and more in our upcoming webinar about SAP Security Patching. During this webinar, you will also learn about the experiences and thoughts of one of our customers, Lonza.

The webinar, available on demand, is all about SAP Patch Management and its challenges. The German-speaking SAP User Group (DSAG) and the American colleagues of ASUG asked why SAP security patching cannot be as simple and effective as, for example, Windows updates.

An exciting field report from our customer Lonza, represented by Nipun Mahajan will kick off the event. Nipun is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and currently works in Lonza’s Security Operation Center (SOC) team as a Senior Cybersecurity Analyst. He specializes in cross-platform application security with a strong experience in SAP, Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC), and Segregation of Duties (SOD) analysis.

Nipun Mahajan

Senior Cybersecurity Analyst at Lonza

Nipun Mahajan

Afterward, SecurityBridge’s CTO, Ivan Mans, will share exclusive impressions of the extensive solution portfolio included in the SecurityBridge Platform for SAP. This part of the session will consist of detailed tips & tricks, experiences, and recommendations that every SAP customer should know to establish efficient SAP Patch Management.

Ivan Mans

CTO at SecurityBridge

Ivan Mans

This webinar is especially interesting for CISOs and SAP security officers but also offers valuable insights for security analysts and people who deal with SAP Security Patches every month.

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