RHONDOS to Secure Mission-Critical SAP Data with SAP Zero Trust Framework
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RHONDOS, the leader in securing and observing SAP, in partnership with Carahsoft, Arrow, Splunk, Devo, and Elastic, announced a new standard today for SAP solutions—the RHONDOS SAP Zero Trust Framework—to redefine how organizations must approach management and monitoring of security in SAP systems.
Known for SAP observability and security services, RHONDOS has now established the RHONDOS SAP Zero Trust Framework, enabling organizations to immediately secure their SAP systems, remove current vulnerabilities, and safeguard against future threats—internal and external—by building a secure and mature SAP security model in two weeks. Access to near real-time SAP monitoring gives full view of various authentication methods, database security, network and communication security, and SAP application security. To unlock this immeasurable value inside of SAP data by leveraging what RHONDOS offers for SAP security, organizations can utilize RHONDOS’ certified implementation experts who have an average of 12+ years of experience in supporting successful SAP projects. Improving accessibility to mission-critical business processes across teams should be top priority for any organization.
"For us, RHONDOS was uniquely positioned as a full-service, one-stop shop for SAP security software and implementation. Their seasoned SAP experts made the whole process simple, and we were able to get up and running in two weeks."
With better visualizations, alerting capabilities and analytics, achieving a Zero Trust foundation of security modernization is now possible—and scalable—for even the largest SAP systems. Put simply, the goal should be to achieve visibility through all layers by enabling a data platform approach. This is where SAP data is fundamental in data access for security operations.
“RHONDOS has the ability to bring data to the forefront and give full visibility into SAP systems. Without their solution to help—simply put—this level of visibility would not be feasible. We achieved 90% reduction of MTTD for critical focus areas.”
The concept of a Zero Trust architecture is now the foundation of cybersecurity modernization. Assumptions can no longer be made about SAP data. Failing to implement a foundation of Zero Trust for SAP data will inevitably lead to:
By bringing an SAP Zero Trust Framework to the Fortune 500, RHONDOS is essentially issuing an ultimatum on SAP security. “The largest companies in the world who haven’t yet established new standards to get as close as possible to real-time SAP monitoring and security have an ethical responsibility to do so,” states Brant Hubbard, CEO of RHONDOS.
To learn more about the RHONDOS Zero Trust Framework for SAP, read Brant Hubbard’s blog on SAP security. Next, join RHONDOS’ Solutions Architect, Brian Bates on September 14th at 11:00AM Pacific for a webinar on how to implement new standards for your SAP security in just two weeks.
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