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Defending & Exploiting SAP Systems

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Juan Pablo Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO of Onapsis, joins the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat to discuss the technological and organizational challenges of SAP security, and how to begin fixing them.

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billiy57
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billiy57,
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10/8/2015 | 5:24:52 PM
interesting video
interesting video ! nice information for my job, Thanks
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saiopen,
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2/13/2016 | 8:15:29 AM
Re: interesting video
nice post
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bcodezinfo1,
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1/5/2017 | 12:40:50 AM
Re: interesting video
nice video.

 

this really helps my job and can save my work - IFSC - MICR
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