- SAP Access Control
User Identity, Access Management, and Security
As companies move from on-premise to the cloud and become more complex, it is paramount to have the correct user identity and access management. How are companies provisioning user access, managing access, and maintaining their systems in an ever-changing environment? Presentations will arm you with best practices for monitoring and managing user access. Learn solutions for strengthening access management in the wake of constant change. Optimize your current user access review process with best practices and lessons learned from SAP customers.
SAP S/4HANA 2020 authorizations – what has changed? – Chris Walravens, Expertum
Setting up SAP authorizations has always been an important aspect of an SAP ERP journey. With SAP S/4HANA, this importance has only grown: securing the logical access to your backend system has remained as important as before, but the SAP Fiori and the SAP HANA platform layer has increased the importance of a structured conceptual approach to your SAP authorizations. How can you set up an SAP S/4HANA authorizations concept that accounts for the new tools and aspects of the 2020 version?
How to implement GRC IAG Cloud – Gabe Perez, Customer Advisory Group
You’ve heard of the SAP Identity and Access Governance (IAG) cloud version—but do you know how this cloud version could be implemented into your existing environment?
This presentation will walk you through SAP IAG implementation, from covering key requirements for on-premise and cloud environments to planning for connections to ABAP and cloud applications. You will experience demonstrations of the integration of IAG’s cloud version with SAP GRC 12.0 solutions, a setup the IAG rule set, and an execution of risk analysis.
What’s New in Access Governance: Implications for identity access management and access control – Sarma Adithe and Chris Radkowski, SAP
Most SAP customers have invested significantly in their on-premise landscape, including a high level of compliance and governance thanks to identity access management and governance solutions. But what happens to all of these solutions once you move to the cloud and need to manage access across the landscape all at the same time?
Panel | The direction and evolution of access control and identity management
In 2021’s increasingly digital world, organizations will need to remain vigilant. As remote work continues for at least several more months, we can be sure that threat actors will continue to adapt their tactics to capitalize on employees working remotely. Without a clearly defined corporate perimeter, identity will be more important than ever when it comes to protecting data and devices from sophisticated phishing attempts, data breaches, or ransomware. IT teams will be looking to implement even more robust identity and access strategies, from single sign-on to multi-factor authentication to password management and more. Streamlining logins will be more important than ever, along with educating employees to work together to avoid potential risks. Join this panel discussion for an SAP, consultant, and customer view of the direction and evolution of access control and identity management. Learn best practices for fortifying your organization in 2021 and beyond to ensure that the right people are accessing the right information.
Many members of the SAPinsider Community have started migrating to SAP S/4HANA as their core ERP and to cloud-native applications to run their businesses. This is largely to re-engineer and streamline processes, operations and reduce the burden on IT departments; however, these strategic moves have had implications on access governance, risk management, and regulatory compliance (GRC).