SAP innovating to secure the private cloud

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With Enterprise Cloud Services growing exponentially in recent years, SAP is innovating and moving with speed to stay one step ahead of security threats

The use of the cloud has truly taken off in recent years, but as cloud computing increases, so too do security threats. For companies such as SAP, which operates a private cloud, protecting the data of their customers is absolutely critical. 

Roland Costea, the Global Chief Security Officer for SAP’s Enterprise Cloud Services, is responsible for running the Global Cybersecurity Program and Strategy for SAP’s Private Cloud.

“SAP is the coolest software company that your friends have never heard of,” he explains. “It puts a phone in every pocket but it's not Apple or Samsung, it puts shoes on the feet of the world, but it's not Nike or Adidas, it gives the world wings, but it's not Red Bull or Boeing.” 

SAP’s Enterprise Cloud Services portfolio empowers customers to run a modern, intelligent ERP system in the cloud, enabling them to become cost-effective and sustainable intelligent enterprises.

One aspect of this portfolio is RISE with SAP, a business transformation-as-a-service platform that enables every company to become an intelligent and sustainable enterprise. “This is practically the vehicle to deliver SAP's Intelligent Enterprise Vision,” Costea adds. “It brings together the solutions and services you need, in one package, regardless of where your business stands now or where you want it to go.”

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