SAP Buys Security Software From SECUDE

Pawar Pramod

Updated · Jan 13, 2011

To provide improved security for its customer base, SAP (NYSE: SAP) says the company is acquiring software and related assets from its partner SECUDE. Also noted in this PC World report is that SAP customers will receive the secure login capability in the second quarter. SAP
believes the addition will help them battle threats from cybercriminals and hackers.


“SAP is planning to give customers a basic version of the secure login product at no charge. IT environments ‘will be enhanced as a result of encrypted communication paths that are pre-configured after installation at customer sites, reducing TCO and administrative efforts for the customer,’ it said in a statement.

“Customers will receive the secure login capability in the second quarter, SAP said. The addition will help them battle threats from cybercriminals and hackers, according to SAP.”

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