Reviewing 20 years of Biometric Granular Controls in SAP with bioLock

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  1. Cybersafe News

    Reviewing 20 years of Biometric Granular Controls in SAP with bioLock

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    With fraud and other malfeasance increasing, companies now need to look for more solutions to keep their secure information safe. As fraud has gotten more advanced, companies have realized that they also need to add advanced levels of protection. Unfortunately, more and more enterprises have realized too late that their security standards were not high…
  2. SAP Works with Hanko to Develop Passwordless Logon for SAP Universal ID

    By Fred Donovan, Senior Editor, SAPinsider Enterprises face an explosion of cyberattacks and data breaches, many of them enabled by weak passwords. Once attackers compromise an employee’s account, they can gain access to sensitive corporate data as well as the internal network.  Data breaches can cost companies millions of dollars in direct and indirect costs. According to the Cost…
  3. Defend Mobile SAP CRM Systems with Defense in Depth

    /MobileLearn how to defend SAP CRM applications on a smartphone or a handheld device (with BlackBerry Sales Client as a specific example), and see why multiple layers of defense are more effective than a single layer when you use the defense-in-depth model. Key Concept Defense in depth is a strategy for creating multiple layers of…...…
  4. Sasol Chose bioLock to Protect their SAP Financials

    Sasol, a South African chemical, and energy company updated its SAP payment processes with bioLock, a software solution that secures access via biometric authentication. This process was implemented at Sasol by Linx/AS Africa. With bioLock, product benefits include the ability to be configured in a way that protects fields and functions in the SAP system,…
  5. SAP Universal ID and Passwordless Logon

    SAP recently teamed with German startup Hanko to add biometrics-based passwordless security protection to its recently launched SAP Universal ID, which provides SAP users with a unified account that enables access to all SAP products and services in one place. The goal of the partnership is to increase protection against data breaches without affecting employee…
  6. Increasing SAP Security Threats and How to Prevent Them

    Strong security countermeasures are more critical than ever to protect SAP landscapes from threats that range from cyber criminals, industrial spies, and nation-state actors to malicious insiders. The average data breach costs a company more than $4 million these days, so organizations cannot afford to be lax in their cybersecurity measures. In this article, SAPinsider…