Daniel Berlin on Security Insight on SAP security, development stuff… and all the rest

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February 2016

Rheinwerk - SAP-Systeme schützenRheinwerk Verlag / SAP PRESS published my new book

SAP-Systeme schützen

which I wrote in collaboration with my highly regarded colleague Holger Stumm.

[ It's available in German only… at least at the moment… ]

The book covers the whole range of security topics relevant for your SAP landscape - starting from low-level network / hardware attacks to highly sophisticated APTs (advanced persistent threats).
It provides you with all the information, which you need to make sustainable decisions concerning your company's IT security roadmap.

Learn about attack vectors and suitable protections, system hardening, network- and RFC-security as well as application server- and database-protection; finally the book also provides helpful guidance on authorizations according to the need-to-know principle.

As you can see, I'm really confident that the book will help you improve your corporate security and get ready for the next security audit. I'm looking forward to your !

Check out the Rheinwerk page or Amazon.de (where you can find some reviews).
... and here's a (German) reading sample (PDF).

May 2015

DSAGIn 2015 I wrote an article for a well-known magazine published by the German-language SAP users group (DSAG). It deals with STAUTHTRACE - an advanced authorization trace in current SAP releases.

I've posted an English translation of the article here on my blog: Authorization trace with comfort function: STAUTHTRACE.

The German original can be found on blaupause.dsag.de.