Onapsis is more than your typical application cybersecurity company. We’re different because our solutions help eliminate the costs and risks preventing you from building better, smarter and more dynamic applications, faster and more securely. We protect you at the core of your business, keeping the business-critical applications you depend on daily secure, compliant and available. Because we’re application-focused, we’re also deeply invested in enabling your future—helping you build in the cyber resilience you need to pursue digital transformation.
Meet Onapsis at Black Hat 2021 for a training session on a complete approach for both Offensive and Defensive of SAP systems.
What’s needed to protect your organization’s business-critical applications from the looming threat of ransomware? That’s exactly what SAP and Onapsis will seek to address here.
The Salesforce Winter ‘21 patch for Aura should remediate the security risk that allowed any authenticated user the ability to use web services exposed with the @auraenabled decorator. However, Onapsis Research Labs has some security concerns that we found within Aura that we’ll be covering in this blog post.
You may already know that Onapsis provides vulnerability management, threat monitoring, application security testing, and compliance automation tools to help combat the rising threats mentioned above and secure your critical applications. With our SaaS offering, and its accelerated deployment time, you can start realizing the value of these tools that much faster.
You're probably here because you don’t know this term fairly intimately, but you most likely will before long because it’s the name of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform from the German software giant SAP®. ERP software is what SAP is best known for, and SAP S/4HANA is the latest and greatest version of its popular ERP product.
This chemical company wanted to ensure compliance and security standards throughout their SAP change management processes and identify code and transport issues before they could cause vulnerabilities or system downtime. They built Onapsis security, quality and compliance checks into their SAP change management processes to accelerate application delivery time and reduce costs.
During our recent webinar covering our threat report, we received a lot of great questions from attendees. In this post, we are going to address some of the questions that were asked in the live session.
As more businesses move from on-premises to the cloud, companies lose visibility into the risk of their interconnected systems—and, in an interconnected application environment, one misconfigured system or security vulnerability can put the entire enterprise at risk. This is a trend that will only persist and evolve so it is crucial that your SaaS solutions are protected and compliant.
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