PublicationsVolume VIII: Transport Management System – Highway to Production
In all SAP implementations there are many reasons why organizations would need to make changes and updates on a regular basis.
PublicationsVolume VII: Preventing Cyber-attacks Against SAP Solution Manager
By design the SAP Solution Manager is connected to all SAP systems (i.e. ERP, CRM, BI, etc), making it a critical component of any SAP implementation: if successfully exploited by an attacker, all the satellite SAP environments, and therefore their business information, could be completely compromised.
PublicationsVolume V: Our Crown Jewels Online – Attacks targeting SAP Web Applications
While the comment, SAP platforms are only accessible internally, was true in many organizations more than a decade ago, today, driven by modern business requirements for interconnectivity, SAP systems are very often connected to the Internet.
PublicationsVolume IV: The Invoker Servlet – A Dangerous Detour into SAP Java Solutions
SAP Application Servers Java, supported by the J2EE Engine, serve as the base framework for running critical solutions such as the SAP Enterprise Portal, SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI), SAP Process Integration (PI) and SAP Mobile Infrastructure (MI).
PublicationsVolume II: SAP Knowledge Management - The Risks of Sharing
SAP Knowledge Management (SAP KM) is a central component of the SAP Enterprise Portal, enabling the information extracted from numerous data sources within the Organization to be displayed in a single access point.