Why you need Sap Code Scan?
Interest in SAP security is growing exponentially, and numerous attacks play a significant role in driving this interest. Take, for example, the recent breaches revealed in the SAP system of USIS, a government contractor. Most leading analyst firms, such as Gartner and IDC, agree that traditional solutions cannot help when it comes to securing ERP systems, which so often become targets of attacks. SAP systems and business applications store the most critical corporate data that is threatened by espionage, sabotage or fraud.
SAP is more of a framework, where at least 50% of code is customized by a client. Unfortunately, because of the extreme complexity and the high level of customization, SAP is vulnerable to many attacks. What is more important, sometimes developers intentionally create backdoors, which can be used to steal money from the company or to perform other fraudulent actions. Given the complexity of ABAP and JAVA components, it is very likely that developers may have just overlooked the vulnerabilities.
Another fact to consider is that it is almost impossible to automate the processes related to source code security.
We offer you the SAAS Solution that will not only find issues, but also analyze risks, correlate data, conduct checks for false positives, and provide you with patches and attack signatures. There is no need to run complex tools anymore.
Current limitations of ABAP security scanning:
- Configuration and management is highly time-consuming;
- Solutions are not CISO-friendly;
- Scanning results are full of false positives;
- Remediation steps are not detailed.
Our solution overcomes these limitations. Moreover, it has features that make source code scanning more flexible than ever before. For example, whenever a vulnerability is found, we can create a signature, which can be exported to IDS/IPS solutions of our partner vendors, such as CISCO and CheckPoint. After the signature is uploaded, you will be secured from potential attacks without changing even a single line of code. This feature is called Virtual Patching.