As we inch closer to the end of the decade, it doesn’t hurt to start thinking about what the 2020’s will bring in terms of data security. So, we put on our thinking caps and came up with how we see the data security landscape shaping up as we enter a new decade.
Simply put, we see “data safety” becoming the new data
security. The term “data security” has
been around for awhile, but we need to start rethinking the term’s relevance as
we tread deeper into a more digitally driven world.
If you want to read up on how we see this world evolving, you can download the paper here.
As companies grow and expand globally, there is an increasing number of enterprise application users, and with this growth, an ever increasing risk of security breaches and violations. As enterprises are becoming more susceptible to security risks and violations from internal users, businesses are moving towards implementing more preventative measures rather than staying in reactive mode.
SAP GRC enables organizations to establish effective internal controls, along with processes to make sure these controls remain consistent, updated and cost-effective to manage. Administrators can now use a single SAP GRC framework to monitor and enforce business, compliance and security policies across the enterprise. SAP has enhanced the GRC offering to include the SAP Dynamic Authorization Management by NextLabs to ensure that companies can quickly adapt to changing policies and streamline enforcement and administration of those policies. more “Real Time Enforcement for Risk Management”