As Natuvion, we combine many years of experience in SAP projects with profound understanding of and process skills in the utilities sector. Our actions focus on trusting and creative working methods. We are convinced that cooperation is the inspiration for professional and technically innovative IT consulting.

We are looking forward to exhibiting at the International SAP Conference for Utilities to share our portfolio. One of our key topics this year is our engagement in data protection.


Data theft, misuse, wiretapping – catchwords that have become ever-present in the media landscape these days. Companies find themselves increasingly under great pressure as they are forced to protect their costumer data adequately – and promptly. The subject is considered especially relevant in the insurance, energy, banking and healthcare sectors, which generate, store and process a particularly large amount of personal information. In the Federal Data Protection Act the legal requirements for handling personal information of natural persons are defined. If companies ignore these requirements, they’ll risk a misuse of data – including the threat of negative headlines, serious penalties and/ or loss of reputation.


Due to the fact that in system landscapes, which usually have three levels, the production systems serve as the data source to set up the secondary systems, a sophisticated authorisation concept for a single SAP system to protect company data and, especially, personal information is insufficient. For this reason, we recommend to consider the entire SAP system landscape.


We suggest: Let’s get anonymous – data protection through anonymisation


If you want to get more information about data protection in SAP systems in general and/or learn how you can protect your data through anonymisation, come and say hello.

We’re looking forward to meeting you in person, not anonymous. 

Natuvion – Innovation and Professionalism for your success


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