Protect SAP Identities
Embed identity protection into your business systems for tighter IT security. Reduce risk and involve your SAP users to detect and respond to identity theft.
Integral part of the SecurityBridge Platform
Identity Protection is a core component of SecurityBridge. Once installed, an SAP instance of your choice becomes the verifier for identities. This detects new identities, informs the identity owner and allows reporting of identity theft. When reporting malicious activity, a security event is automatically triggered.
Features at a glance:
- Enable crowdsourcing. Your SAP user community monitors account activity.
- Unauthorized account activity can be reported through a single click.
- No need for dedicated monitoring resources, each SAP user will become a sensor.
- Plug-and-Play. Just install and rollout.
- Seamlessly integrated with SecurityBridge and your SIEM platform.
SecurityBridge Identity Protection transforms an SAP instance of choice into a verifier. The verifier evaluates all logons and interlinked meta-data to decide whether a new identity should be created. This entire process happens in real-time and seamlessly without any noticeable impact on the system performance. Whenever the identifier creates a new identity, the applicant receives a confirmation email.
If the true owner of the identity does not recognize the login activity, a potentially malicious logon can be reported. With identity theft, every minute counts. A security event should lead to immediate manual or automated actions. SecurityBridge supports automated account locking or session termination via a rule-based action framework
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Identity protection advice
SAP Identity theft is when someone steals your account details and uses them to execute unauthorized transactions on your behalf. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world today. Enterprises should educate their users on some basic rules to help protect their identities. A few basic examples include: