Fundamentals of Attacking and Defending SAP Systems

Fundamentals of Attacking and Defending SAP Systems

 A great course for security professionals who want to increase their SAP security skills, this live online training provides the most up-to-date information on SAP specific attacks and walks you through the best way to implement protection activities. In two four-hour sessions, you will learn how to perform vulnerability assessments, audits, and penetration tests on your own unique SAP platform. Structured to be hands-on, security topics are broken down into bite sized concepts with interactive exercises, and demonstrations that make learning directly applicable and easier to recall later. After course completion you will be well equipped with the knowledge you need to understand the critical risks your SAP platform may be facing now, pro-actively assess them, and more importantly, confidently apply best practices to effectively mitigate them. 

This course is only available in English language.

 A Taste of What You Will Learn: 

  • You will learn about the basis components, security concepts, and architecture for SAP systems and why safeguarding them requires special consideration 
  • Reasons why common security approaches fall short or do not work when it comes to securing applications. 
  • You will learn to identify common vulnerabilities caused by insufficient hardening of a vanilla SAP installation and how they can be used to compromise a system completely. 
  • You will learn the security traits of different SAP proprietary remote protocols and how attacker can leverage them for lateral movement and exploitation. 
  • You will learn how to identify and proof the exploitability of vulnerabilities without causing business disruption to implement a safe approach to assess the security state of your SAP environment 
  • You will gain knowledge on different tools and options that effectively help defend SAP system against the most common attacks. As well as adversarial techniques for putting SAP-specific and agnostic protective measures in place.