To demystify ransomware in the context of SAP we need to look at the attack scenario. While traditional ransomware hits the victim on the operating system level, the SAP technology stack is only impacted if the server platform was successfully attacked.
Applying security updates is a very effective protection against successful cyberattacks. Unfortunately, SAP patching is essential but time-consuming, and keeping a system unpatched is like sending an open invitation to threat actors.
On Tuesday the 11th May the SAP Response Teams has published the monthly security corrections. This month has seen a total of 11 corrections, while 6 new issues have been addressed. There were 5 updates to previously released Patch Day Security Notes.
Download the White Paper “YOUR ROAD TO SAP SECURITY” to learn about the major milestones towards increasing the cybersecurity posture of your SAP systems.
Within this whitepaper you will learn about the key mistakes that can be avoided when it comes to SAP Security. History has shown that many companies have suffered from cyber incidents, moreover, not all incidents are reported or have been made available to the public.
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