While cyber attacks are increasing every year, SAP systems are still not immune to being targeted by attackers and being involved in IT security incidents. Incident response and forensics analysis are complex tasks, especially when performed on systems that are not only diverse in terms of products, versions, operating systems and databases, but also in the big customisation layer that SAP systems have.
In these scenarios, identifying and tracking down potentially malicious activities can be extremely challenging if you are not prepared for it. Indications and evidence of attacks are stored in diverse places. Join us on this talk to get an overview of what steps to take after a breach to a SAP system was detected, discussing about important concepts such as relevant files and tables, memory dumping, disk images, evidence, chain of custody and many other terms that you need to be aware of if you ever face an incident within your SAP implementation.
Finally, examples of real-life attacks will be shown going through the incident response procedure and showing how to identify what really happened on the SAP systems.
Sergio is an SAP Security Specialist and Researcher at Onapsis. As one of the first members of the Onapsis Research Labs, he is responsible for the research of diverse scenarios and configurations of SAP pplications, as well as the development and delivery of blog posts, SAP security in-depth publications, papers and webcasts, as well as Security Conference talks and trainings.
As a result of his experience in the industry, Sergio has discovered and published several SAP Security vulnerabilities affecting diverse SAP components. He has been invited to speak and host trainings at well recognized industry conferences such as Ekoparty, HubCon, ASUG and SANS, among others.
Additionally, Sergio was the main developer of Onapsis Bizploit (the first open-source SAP Penetration Testing Framework) and the architect of Onapsis X1 (the ERP Security Suite). He has generated new and innovative security checks for both products.
In terms of consultancy, Sergio has been involved in different projects related to the SAP security ecosystem, such as auditing SAP Implementations, defining and implementing SoD rules, performing SAP security assessments, SAP Penetration Tests, and also helping SAP customers during SAP incident responses.
JP leads the Research teams that keeps Onapsis on the cutting-edge of the business-critical application security market. He is responsible for the design, research and development of Onapsis' innovative software solutions, and helps manage the development of new products as well as the SAP cyber-security research that has garnered critical acclaim for the Onapsis Research Labs. He is regularly invited to speak and host trainings at global industry conferences including Blackhat, HackInTheBox, Troopers, and SAP TechEd/DCODE. Prior to joining Onapsis, Juan Pablo led many Information Security consultancy projects for Companies in Latin America, EE.UU. and Europe. His strongest experience is in the field of Penetration Testing, Web Application Testing, Vulnerabilities Research, Information Security Auditing, and Standards.