NextLabs Releases Security Suite Compatible with SAP

NextLabs, Inc., an SAP partner and provider of data-centric security software, released a new product in the Data Centric Security suite for SAP software, increasing access control and data security requirements.

Entitlement Manager for S/4 HANA provides enhanced access control across all Fiori applications. All associated business processes go through a single configurable authorization check where policies are applied to determine whether the action is properly authorized or access should be granted.

This central authorization check serves to streamline user access and data entitlement policies. To determine whether action is permitted or access should be granted, the system leverages contextual information at the time of request to make fine-grained authorization decisions in real time, eliminating unauthorized access. 

Dynamic authorization and attribute-based access controls (ABAC) are natively integrated into S4HANA to provide a seamless user experience and automate the enforcement of global security policies and compliance procedures into key business processes.

The NextLabs solution for S/4HANA helps global enterprises accelerate global ERP consolidation, protect intellectual property throughout the extended enterprise, improve export and regulatory compliance, and enhance data and cyber security.

"SAP and NextLabs have partnered to provide customers with the highest level of data and application protection to ensure that SAP organizations are able to meet the demands of digital transformation and global collaboration without compromising the security of their most critical asset – data. Our native integration with SAP combines automated protection with a seamless user experience. We strive to protect the high value SAP data regardless of where the data is stored and used," said Keng Lim, CEO and Founder of NextLabs. "Our mission is to continue to deliver best-in-class data-centric security solutions to protect applications and data anywhere and everywhere."

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