Managing Data Migration in the Face of Current Data Residency Demands

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  1. Complying with Data Protection Regulations

    Data protection regulations are on the rise, with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018, due to go into effect in January 2020, one of the more recent examples. CCPA in combination with the already existing European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to have a major impact on how businesses handle their…

  2. Managing Data Migration in the Face of Current Data Residency Demands

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    Organizations are growing more attentive to the whereabouts of their data. The expansion of the public cloud has had a substantial effect on data management. Due to concerns over data residency and sovereignty, certain businesses are now concluding that relying on the public cloud is not feasible. This poses a significant factor in intricate data…

  3. Navigating the Data Governance Journey: Linking Business Goals and Success

    Embarking on a data governance journey commonly starts with a strong sense of excitement, but it can result in frustration if not carefully aligned with significant business goals. The story of a typical data governance initiative often involves initial inquiries and disengagement.

  4. Why Data Governance Is the Key to Success

    In today’s digital age, data has become an invaluable asset for businesses across all industries. It fuels decision-making processes, drives innovation, enhances customer experiences, and enables companies to stay competitive in a rapidly evolving marketplace.

  5. How MARS, Inc. is Achieving Unrivaled Visibility into SAP Data Access & Usage

    The SAP team at MARS knows that deep visibility into application activity is no longer a “nice to have” option. With newly discovered vulnerabilities (RECON) and growing data privacy mandates (GDPR, CCPA), understanding SAP data access and usage is as critical as maintaining a secure network. In this session, join Matt Pecorelli, Director of Cyber…

  6. How to Build a Strong Security and Compliance Foundation for Your SAP Landscape

    While most successful cyberattacks are carried out on a company’s application layer, many security departments see the SAP application layer as a “black box,” and its security as the responsibility of their Basis or SAP application colleagues or of a service provider, making the security of this layer a blind spot within many organizations. Compounding…

  7. Simply Securing a System Is No Longer Sufficient

    By Robert Holland, VP Research, SAPinsider Securing an SAP system used to involve checking access and process controls and ensuring that the most recent SAP Notes had been applied. Now it involves not only ensuring that the system itself is up to date but must address cybersecurity and compliance issues as well. The Threat Landscape…

  8. Support Regulatory Compliance Across Your SAP Landscape with SAP Data Privacy Integration

    While it is important for businesses to ensure data privacy to gain the trust of both customers and business partners, the protection of this data is critical for adhering to the regulations that countries are introducing at a growing rate, with more data privacy bills introduced in 2020 compared to 2019. These regulations — such…

  9. How to Manage Enterprise Risk in Remote and Digital Environments

    As organizations migrate to SAP S/4HANA as part of their digital transformation effort, they should prioritize governance, risk, and compliance (GRC). The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) has developed a Three Lines Model to help with that journey. First-line roles include operation and support functions; second-line roles encompass corporate risk, compliance, and quality assurance functions;…

  10. Jabil Deploys UI Masking

    The proliferation of data privacy regulations and laws, such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), has prompted organizations to beef up their data privacy and protection. One way to protect data without the inconvenience of encryption is data masking or user interface (UI) masking. One…