Fundamentals of SAP Threat Modelling

Learn threat modelling and how to apply this exercise for SAP system landscapes.

Threat modeling is an important exercise to prioritize security activities according to the organization's cyber threats. A key when dealing with limited resources to improve security posture. In this course, you'll learn the fundamental approaches of threat modeling using different methodologies on a typical SAP scenario, including which components, interactions, and actors to consider.

In this E-Learning course, you will:

  • understanding threat modeling and its importance for organizations
  • get an overview of the basics and methodologies used in threat modeling
  • understanding attack libraries and how they are used against your threat models

General Information

  • Each e-learning lasts 1 hour and costs one Kujambel Credit (or 100 Euro plus VAT)
  • all e-learnings are available regardless of the time of day and location
  • all e-learnings are available in the English language

Technical Requirements


  • Participants have an HTML5 capable browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge) on their desktop operating system
  • The firewall of the computer or network firewall does not block outgoing connections to NO MONKEY domains


  • The computer has at least downstream bandwidth of at least 3 MBit/s and upstream of 1 MBit/s

Please consider here further and more detailed requirements for access and infrastructure.

About the Author

Waseem AjrabHead of SAP Security Advisory, NO MONKEY
  • Security professional with over seven years of experience
  • Involved in several areas of activities in cybersecurity, such as red team activities, blue team activities, audit, and compliance
  • Certified CISSP, OSCP, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, CEH, CISCO CCNA

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