Even seasoned Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) may find themselves out of their depth when it comes to securing an SAP landscape. That’s a big problem, since SAP is comprised of business-critical systems representing the digital backbone of your core business functions, including HR, production planning, finance, accounting, and supply chain management. These systems contain a wealth of sensitive digital assets, and if your SAP cyberdefenses don’t measure up, your business is at serious risk.
As the CISO, you’re in the unique position to foster a security culture within your organization. By empowering stakeholders with the important skills and resources, you can form a unified line of defense against cyberattackers. It’s up to you to take the reins and guide your SAP practices towards a continuously improving security posture.
Fortunately, you’re not alone. Your employees are your most valuable asset in the fight to secure your SAP landscape — as long as they get the right training.