We are excited to offer SAP users a powerful security solution that helps protect sensitive information regardless of its form and location.
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
SECUDE, an SAP partner and a leading data security provider, will present its newest technological invention in booth 149 in Las Vegas on October 21-25. SECUDE will introduce Halocore for SAP NetWeaver, a technology to persistently protect critical information that is downloaded from solutions running on the SAP NetWeaver® platform, helping to protect them against loss, leak, or theft. The SECUDE technology also addresses rapidly evolving concerns about security of data moving inside and outside of the enterprise, including mobile and cloud channels.
“SAP TechEd is a great venue to introduce the Halocore technology to the SAP community,” said Michael Kummer, President of SECUDE Americas. “SECUDE has been innovating for almost two decades, creating transformational solutions that enhance the security of SAP environments. Among SAP users, concerns surrounding data protection have never been stronger. The explosion of bring your own device (BYOD) and cloud computing, increased business collaboration, and spying allegations only add another layer to this complicated issue. We are excited to offer SAP users a powerful security solution that helps protect sensitive information regardless of its form and location.”
Halocore for SAP NetWeaver represents the next generation of data security solutions and protects an often-overlooked “white spot” that may leave some of the most critical information vulnerable. SAP users have long recognized an unprecedented value of sensitive information and have deployed various security mechanisms to protect it. However, once information is downloaded from an SAP solution in the form of financial reports, spreadsheets, or PDF files and moved to an employee laptop, tablet, USB stick, or an email, the previously applied security mechanisms may no longer protect them.
By utilizing Microsoft Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS), industry leading document security technology, the Halocore solution integrates directly with SAP NetWeaver, classifies and protects sensitive data right at the point of its creation. The solution ensures that only authorized users can access sensitive information. In a modern enterprise, where critical business information must be identified and protected as quickly and as efficiently as possible, Halocore delivers instant security and mobility, while reducing the productivity impact document security solutions typically have on the workforce.
To connect with SECUDE’s experts or learn more about Halocore for SAP NetWeaver and see it in action, visit the company in booth 149.
To learn more about protecting sensitive data from malicious or accidental loss, attend the company’s lecture – “Is there an Edward Snowden in your company? How to protect downloaded data”- presented by Simon Thorpe, information security expert, on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 9:15 am in room Bellini 2103.
About SECUDE - http://www.secude.com
SECUDE is an innovative global provider of IT data protection solutions. SECUDE helps customers protect sensitive data from loss or theft and to meet legal and industry requirements and guidelines. The company was founded in 1996 as a partnership between SAP AG and Europe’s largest application-oriented research organization, Fraunhofer institute in Germany. SECUDE’s focus currently extends to the field of unstructured data security and Information Rights Management (IRM) and addresses the rapidly evolving business needs of mobile and cloud security and safe digital collaboration. Today, SECUDE is trusted by a large number of Fortune 500 companies, including many DAX companies. With offices in Europe, North America and Asia, SECUDE embraces global IT security.
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