Virtual Classroom Training

Fundamentals of Securing ABAP® Based Business Applications

As a community, we can evolve the SAP security standard together by learning and teaching others about how SAP systems work. The first step is to start at the beginning, with the Fundamentals of Securing ABAP®-based Business Applications course. Participants will be guided by a live instructor through 7 different security courses where both the attacker's and defender's perspective are provided. Each topic is broken down into easy-to-understand bite-sized concepts that utilize different styles of learning and engagement. The security methodology is presented first, then learners are able to access an SAP-explicit training environment to practice what they have learned. As a result of this training, participants will have the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to secure ABAP®-based business applications.

In this extensive one-day course, you will:

  • learn about the prevailing security flaws and threats facing ABAP® code, as well as the causes and drivers of security within SAP environments;
  • be able to identify and remediate or mitigate code security flaws within ABAP®, and advise stakeholder about them promptly during the software development lifecycle, and;
  • reinforce the habit of notifying others about missing or insufficient security requirements, as well as design flaws in the review and testing phases.

Learning Courses Included in Training

  1. Fundamentals of code security in SAP
  2. Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities
  3. Directory/Path Traversal Vulnerabilities
  4. OS Command Injection Vulnerabilities
  5. Dynamic Execution Vulnerabilities
  6. SQL Injections Vulnerabilities
  7. ABAP® Code Injection Vulnerabilities

To make joining the virtual classroom as convenient as possible, we accept registrations with Kujambels and directly with Euros. Let us know how many people will be participating, and we can send you a quote as quickly as possible.

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