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The news about GDPR has been everywhere. The real question is: What do you do about it? If you’re an SAP customer, the answers may already exist in your SAP landscape. Luckily, SAP Press’ new guide to data protection can lead you through the process using these tools to ensure compliance.
What will you learn?
GDPR and SAP: Data Privacy with SAP Business Suite and SAP S/4Hana is the key to getting you up to speed on the EU’s newest data privacy regulations. If you think this only applies to companies in the EU, think again. Whether you conduct business in the EU or deal with personal information from EU residents, this book can help you avoid some hefty fines.
This detailed guide delves into the legalese-laden laws of GDPR and uses accessible language to explain how existing SAP solutions like the Data Controller Rule Framework, Read Accessing Logging, and SAP Test Data Migration Server can address GDPR requirements.
Master the concepts and theories behind GDPR and learn how to implement them in your SAP system. You’ll start with a thorough explanation of GDPR as well as the different types of personal data you’ll be securing. Then, each chapter addresses a different task or tool that can help you stay compliant.
Other highlights include:
- SAP Information Lifecycle Management (SAP ILM)
- Information Retrieval Framework
- SAP Master Data Governance (SAP MDG)
- Personal Data
- Project planning
- Purpose-based processing
Who is this book for?
Anyone who wants to avoid the costly fines that are brought about by noncompliance. This regulation affects every member of a business from data protection officers to customer service representatives. The authors of this book have done a thorough job of segmenting information so that readers can find the information relevant to them.
At 430 pages, the afore-mentioned team of experts has created a concise resource that draws on their decades of experience in SAP, data privacy, security, and compliance. That means that you’re on the receiving end of the insight, technical measures, and requirements necessary to ensure you get compliant.