The Onapsis Blog

The world of business-critical application security and compliance is dynamic, with new developments happening on a continuous basis. Read our blog posts for recommendations, insights and observations on the latest news for safeguarding your SAP® and Oracle® applications.

Christian Simko

Christian Simko

Marketing Analysis and Strategy

As part of the Onapsis product marketing team, Christian contributes to the company’s go-to-market strategy for the Onapsis Security Platform, the leading ERP security and compliance solution. Working with product management, marketing and sales, he helps develop and create positioning, messaging and content to increase exposure and sales and ultimately drive the company’s growth. Christian has over 25 years of product marketing and marketing experience with a successful track record of leading, creating and executing high-growth marketing strategies and programs for cybersecurity and enterprise technology startup and established companies.

LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/csimko/

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Helping Organizations Migrate ERP Systems to the Cloud—with Confidence

There is no doubt that moving an ERP system to the cloud is a massively complex project for any organization. The business-critical applications that run your business are most often supported by an ERP system such as SAP or the Oracle E-Business Suite. The success of this project is essential to the success of your organization.
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Oracle’s July 2019 CPU Patches Three Critical Vulnerabilities in E-Business Suite Reported by Onapsis

Our quarterly analysis on how to improve your Oracle EBS security and take care of your most critical information by exploring the latest Oracle Critical Patch Updates for July 2019. This month, six of 13 total EBS vulnerabilities were reported by Onapsis, four in Oracle Payments.
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Cyber Weakness and the Impact on the Economy

In 2001, we witnessed two major corporations, Enron and WorldCom, going bankrupt because executive management was egregiously manipulating financial statements. The impact on the U.S. economy was massively detrimental. As a result, the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) drafted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) to protect against such fraudulent activities. However, it took years for the economy to recover.

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