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Enhancing Security in SAP Technology with bioLock Multi-Factor Authentication

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⇨ Data security and privacy have become paramount concerns for organizations, but many struggle to keep pace with emerging threats.

⇨ Multi-factor authentication (MFA) can prevent a domino effect of compromised security.

⇨ bioLock MFA seamlessly integrates with SAP technology inside the ABAP code, offering a smooth and user-friendly authentication experience.

As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve, organizations must ensure that they are relying on the most powerful and reliable security features at their disposal. Historically, SAP systems have relied on username and password-based authentication, which presents several inherent weaknesses. Passwords are prone to being forgotten, shared, stolen, or guessed by hackers or coworkers, making unauthorized access, compliance, and circumvention of Segregation of Duties (SoD) a significant concern.
One of the most powerful tools that security teams have at their disposal is multi-factor authentication. While using two-factor authentication is helpful, the most secure option is biometric data. Biometric data, such as fingerprint scans, facial recognition, or the NYMI Band, offer a significantly higher level of security compared to traditional passwords.
In this article, you will learn about the advantages of using biometric data for MFA, as well as how this technology can be used with SAP landscapes.

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