The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation with which the European Commission intends to strengthen and unify data protection in the EU. It is going to be put into effect on 25 May 2018. According to the GDPR, a data protection breach is a result of an employee getting unauthorized access to data. SAP systems contain all mission-critical data, including personal data, such as names, SSNs, and addresses. The GDPR prescribes that this data must be protected. Companies must follow the GDPR regulations to ensure the security of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) stored in their systems.
How to ensure compliance with the GDPR
Audit your entire SAP environment to identify where all the personal data is stored
Determine who can have access to this data (users, roles, groups)
Detect misconfigurations and vulnerabilities that may allow unauthorized access to the data under the GDPR
Restrict access to personal data
Eliminate vulnerabilities and misconfigurations
Monitor security of your systems
How can we help you with the GDPR compliance
With the assistance of our flagship product, ERPScan Smart Cybersecurity Platform for SAP, and our professional services, such as SAP Security Audit and SAP Vulnerability Management, you can ensure compliance with the GDPR by identifying potential risks and eliminating them in due time.
ERPScan solutions go beyond the GDPR:
ERPScan’s flagship product and ERPScan Professional services team inventories the SAP landscape, detects all important assets, and identifies places of critical data storage.
ERPScan identifies all users with the access to the data under the GDPR from deep level authorization perspective with the help of ERPScan Segregation of Duties module.
ERPScan can detect 7000+ misconfigurations and 3800+ vulnerabilities, which allow unauthorized access to SAP systems, be it SAP ABAP, JAVA or HANA-based solution.
ERPScan auto-correction functionality helps to fix all arising issues and provides detailed remediation descriptions for them.
Finally, the solution continuously monitors SAP systems for new vulnerabilities.