SAP NEWSBYTE — Feltham UK — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) has launched its first UK Secure Hub. The site, which is only one of three worldwide, allows SAP’s customers to access sensitive data in the most guarded environment.
Developed in response to a growing demand for individual secure services from highly regulated enterprises, The Secure Hub helps to enhance message solving and data handling. In particular, companies in the Public sector, Financial Services, and the Aerospace and Defence spaces must comply with strict security regulations and data privacy requirements.
Cormac Watters, Managing Director, SAP UK and Ireland stated, ‘In this data driven age, it is imperative that we offer our customers the highest grade of security, with strong authentications and tools that allow them to protect sensitive information. The Secure Hub will act as a premium engagement tool and will maximise our customer experience.’
The Secure Hub officially opens on 11th June 2015.
For further information, contact SAP Secure Support Services.
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