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SenSage Announces Increased Cooperation With SAP to Drive Convergence of IT Security, Governance, Risk and Compliance Controls

SenSage Continuous Monitoring & Auditing for ERP Achieves SAP Certified Integration

PRAGUE, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- SenSage, Inc. announced today that it has expanded its cooperation with SAP AG, spanning technology integration and compatibility certification. SenSage Continuous Monitoring & Auditing for ERP provides enhanced visibility into SAP transactions and audit logs - filtered by pre-built analytics and mined by ad-hoc queries - all within the context of the underlying IT infrastructure that is monitored in real time. SenSage is actively demonstrating the offering and sharing customer success stories at various SAP end-user and channel events, including SAP TechEd 2009 and this week's GRC 2009 conference in Prague. Together, SAP and SenSage safeguard critical enterprise assets and processes by allowing organizations to detect and respond to security and IT risks aligned to an enterprise risk management program.

"We are excited to extend our partnership with SAP to address data management challenges in continuous controls monitoring and SAP user activity monitoring," said Jim Pflaging, president and CEO of SenSage. "Together we are helping management, internal audit, security and compliance professionals to detect and monitor fraudulent behavior such as failed or fraudulent transactions, failing controls, segregation of duty (SoD) violations or overrides, user profile and privilege changes, unauthorized access to transactions, users with temporary or expired privileges, and unauthorized changes to master data through exception-based alerts and reporting."

The SAP® Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that SenSage Continuous Monitoring & Auditing 3.0 has achieved "Powered by SAP NetWeaver®" status as an ABAP(TM) add-on for the SAP ERP 6.0 application. This deployment has been tested and certified by the SAP ICC. The solution monitors the security events for key data changes to financial, materials management, sales and distribution, and user access information.

SenSage Continuous Monitoring & Auditing for ERP is also integrated with SAP BusinessObjects(TM) governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions to simplify and accelerate GRC workflows. This bi-directional integration allows SenSage to include controls set by SAP BusinessObjects GRC solutions in the context of SenSage monitoring functions and to forward critical incidents to SAP BusinessObjects GRC solutions for risk management triage and remediation.

"A key tenant of our GRC product design philosophy is to embrace partners, like SenSage, that can deliver greater total value to our customers," said Narina Sippy, senior vice president and general manager, GRC Solutions, SAP BusinessObjects Division. "Through partnerships such as this, SAP and its ecosystem are able to deliver solutions that offer a faster time to value and leverage existing IT investments. Unique in our partnering approach is that it is based on real-world use cases, validated by customers and then proven via integration with partner solutions."

About SenSage

SenSage, Inc. offers patented event data warehouse solutions that provide actionable results from massive amounts of log and event data. More than 400 customers have deployed SenSage solutions to reduce security, fraud and compliance risks at a fraction of the cost of traditional data warehouses and log management solutions. Based in San Francisco, the company markets its solutions directly and through partners, including Cerner, EMC, HP, Hitachi Data Systems, McAfee, Tokyo Electron Device and many others. Visit www.SenSage.com for more information.

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Business Objects, BusinessObjects and the Business Objects logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Business Objects in the United States and/or other countries. Business Objects is an SAP company.

All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.

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