ERPScan Now Bolsters ISACA and DSAG Security Guidelines
PALO ALTO, CA: As organizations face threats related to source code and SoD, there is a constant need of systems that monitor security and protect businesses from these vulnerabilities. To fulfill this need for the SAP and Oracle systems, ERPScan Security Monitoring Suite now complies with the latest security guidelines from DSAG and ISACA.
ERPScan aims at providing continuous security monitoring, threat protection and intelligence for large enterprises. It is designed to prevent cyber attacks and internal fraud to shield ERP systems and other business critical applications. Covering various services like SAP HANA, PeopleSoft, Oracle ERS and ERS Security, ERPScan is ideal for industries like Oil and Gas, Utilities, Manufacturing, Financial and Retail.
ERPScan now supports the latest guidelines of DSAG and ISACA that are associations aiming at mitigating SAP security risks. DSAG boosts the exchange of experience and knowledge between SAP customers and SAP. It offers a set of recommendations with security areas covering the technical configuration as well as management procedures. On the other hand, ISACA comprises of professionals in information security, assurance, risk management, and governance. The new features added by ISACA include risk, controls and assessment techniques to audit SAP FI/CO, HCM, BASIS; overview of the SAP GRC Suite, updated Sarbanes-Oxley control objectives; a number of sensitive tables and transaction codes.
“ERPScan Security Monitoring Suite for SAP simplifies achieving the compliance with different guides, standards, and best practices by regular automatic checks. Moreover, our solution constantly monitors what happens in the SAP Security area and adds checks from the latest versions of SAP Security guidelines regularly,” says Alexander Polyakov, CTO, ERPScan.
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