As your organization tackles its digital transformation journey, cloud-based ERP is often seen as a solution to many of these problems. However, modernizing legacy ERP systems like SAP ECC, Oracle PeopleSoft, and Oracle EBS creates a quandary: How do you maximize the access and availability of your ERP without sacrificing the security and integrity of your business-critical data during a digital transformation?
In this white paper, we discuss how organizations with legacy ERP systems must determine the right mix between digital transformation and modernization so they’re not “sacrificing” data security, privacy, or compliance policies. Taking a proactive, data-centric approach to ERP security and data privacy during your company’s digital transformation can mitigate risks before they turn into realities.
Dynamically manage access to sensitive data and business transactions. Enable zero trust and least privilege to ensure user identity is always verified and access privileges always align with a user’s potential for risk.
Prevent access to sensitive data, even after a user has been verified. Minimize the risk of data exfiltration with attribute-based access controls, dynamic data masking, and user activity alerts & analytics.
Streamline and simplify how you manage and prevent business process risks from segregation of duties, authorizations, and more. Ensure access to your ERP remains aligned with compliance mandates with automated provisioning/de-provisioning and real-time risk analysis.