Identity & Access Management

Complementing and sometimes including GRC tools, identity and access management includes password management tools, provisioning software, security-policy enforcement tools, reporting and monitoring applications, identity repositories, single sign-on, and two-factor and multi-factor authentication tools. Learn about what is needed to set up and maintain these systems for SAP applications, how they can be tied to ensuring that only the correct users have access to the appropriate data, and how changes due to more distributed workforces are impacting organizational security. Explore how topics like API security, identity analytics, and risk-based authentication are impacting organizations today, and how they should be included in security planning.

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  1. Thales

    Today’s enterprises depend on the cloud, data and software to make decisive decisions. That’s why the most respected brands and largest organizations in the world rely on Thales to help them protect their most sensitive information and software wherever it is created, accessed or stored – from the cloud and data centers to devices and across networks. As the global leader in cloud and data protection, our solutions enable organizations to move to the cloud securely, achieve compliance with confidence, and create more value from their software in the devices and services used by millions of consumers every day.

  2. Fastpath

    The Fastpath Assure® audit platform can track, review, approve and mitigate access risks across multiple systems from a single dashboard. The suite comes with a pre-configured segregation of duties rule set specific to SAP and works across a variety of ERP/CRM systems. The suite includes multiple modules, including: • Segregation of Duties/Security Access Reviews • Audit Trail • Identity Manager • Custom Code Checker (to identify changes to custom SAP code) • Approval workflows and “Firefighter Access” to automate security for temporary or emergency access • Quantification (quantify the financial exposure of segregation of duties conflicts in your SAP environment)

  3. Intel

    For nearly 50 years, Intel and SAP have made a profound impact on people, business and society on a global scale. Together they are turbocharging the next wave of breakthrough innovations with the power of in-memory computing and persistent memory technologies that help unleash the potential of data. Co-innovations are helping enterprises face – and…
  4. SAP

    SAP stands for Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing (Anwendungen und Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung in German). SAP was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany and now has offices around the world. SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries run at their best: 77% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system. Our machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and advanced analytics technologies help turn customers’ businesses into intelligent enterprises.