Using BRIM Capabilities for GDPR Compliant Testing
Data security is a critical part of any business ecosystem where they also need to implement several regulations to strengthen data protection. For example, both SAP and non-SAP ecosystems contain private data, confidential data, mission-critical data, personal data, and such, resulting in a data breach due to unauthorized access.
With the proper assembly of SAP BRIM capabilities, the production data of any organization can be put through the subscription scenario to identify the congruent compliance points.
How to optimize the SAP environment to detect any potential threat?
- Examine your entire SAP environment for a proper storage system for personal and company data.
- Set out accessibility information- who can access it and who can’t.
- Detect and repair the misconfigurations resulting in unauthorized access to confidential data.
- Check for GDPR compliance congruency with the existing data
- Restrict personal data and information to just one role/person/group.
- Get rid of flaws and misconfigurations after identification through SAP Security Audit and SAP Security Vulnerability.
- Concentrate more on the security of your systems.
Implementing SAP BRIM as an in-house SaaS model can help with B2B and B2C billing data security as a central pillar of data governance in any service delivery model. It serves to protect the data and then anonymize it for personal purposes.
With proper security and data anonymization,
- Clients can transfer entire business contract data to test environments selectively and consistently.
- Transfer and anonymize confidential data like BP numbers, addresses Cas with corresponding information, documentation, and keys.
- Enable accessible portals of different configurations to transfer and anonymize data by themselves.
- Protect data and its anonymized versions from data breaches and find solutions to predictable risks.
Implementation of SAP BRIM has many business benefits, including subscription business efficiency, billing lifecycle management, and data governance for customer details. The in-house business model focuses on protecting data privacy and confidentiality without compromising genuine accessibility.