45% of SAP customers believe that their applications are secure because they sit within the internal network, according to our recent survey. But this dangerous misconception is leaving many vulnerable to external threat.
SAP applications are becoming increasingly open to the internet due to the introduction of cloud-based applications and a shift toward working habits requiring remote access, which is exposing them to greater levels of external threat.
Earlier this year, we conducted a survey with more than 100 SAP customers worldwide, which explored views on the vulnerability of SAP systems to external threats and consequently revealed insights into several other elements of SAP security.
In this report, produced in conjunction with Onapsis, we summarise the findings of the survey, cover how complacency affects organisations' level of defence, and identify how SAP customers can protect themselves from external threats.
Specifically, the report covers:
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