SecurityBridge, an SAP security provider that is now operating in the U.S., recently announced that is ended 2022 with a 100+ percent year-over-year growth in license revenue. The company now secures over 4,500 systems, eliminating vulnerabilities and keeping customers’ SAP systems safe from cyber threats. In addition, SecurityBridge doubled in size throughout 2022, adding a substantial number of new hires as it expands its footprint in the U.S.
Throughout 2022, SecurityBridge continued to advance that state of SAP security by introducing its One-Click Patch Management, which provides instant insight into missing SAP security patches, streamlining the process of identifying and applying applicable patches. The company also launched a new Security Roadmap, simplifying the journey to SAP security by grouping all required software fixes. In addition, SecurityBridge enhanced the Security & Compliance Manager with multi-baseline support, enabling IT personnel to verify multiple security baselines to ensure compliance.
SecurityBridge also exposed a supply chain vulnerability in the SAP Transport System, demonstrating its commitment to keeping SAP systems secure and its expertise in the field. In addition, the company processed over 1,700 product support tickets, providing customers with industry-leading customer support and service.
- Microsoft – SecurityBridge integrated its SAP Security Platform with the Microsoft Sentinel cloud-native Security Information and Event Manager (SIEM) platform and joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA).
- 1st Basis – The partnership enables 1st Basis to provide SecurityBridge’s integrated SAP Security platform and S4HANA migration projects to their customer base.
- NTT – NTT DATA Business Solutions is integrating SecurityBridge’s platform into its range of SAP software, benefiting customers of the most successful SAP consultants worldwide for the SME sector through enhanced cybersecurity and fail-safety of their systems.
“I am proud to announce that 2022 was a successful year for SecurityBridge, with a 100 percent growth in license revenue, new partnerships, and the addition of a substantial number of new customers,” said Christoph Nagy, CEO, SecurityBridge. “We have the most knowledgeable SAP professionals dedicated to simplifying and automating complicated cybersecurity practices for our customers. We are excited about our expansion into the U.S. and eager to present North American organizations with the SAP cybersecurity protection our European counterparts have relied on for years.”