ERP systems are the lifeblood of enterprises worldwide. The ubiquity of these systems—and the number of users within most organizations—make them especially vulnerable to external threats and internal activity that can lead to security breaches and dire consequences. According to a recent IDC survey of 430 IT decision-makers, 64% of ERP systems have been breached in the last 24 months. Hackers are targeting ERP systems, and no one is talking about it.
That is why this week at the SPLUNK Conference, Accenture and Onapsis are teaming up to fight back. As we know, today’s largest enterprises run their business on ERP Platforms. These same companies rely on SPLUNK Enterprise Security to monitor and respond to threats targeting their infrastructure and applications. Accenture and Onapsis have partnered to provide clients with unparalleled visibility, incident response, management and compliance for business-critical applications. Together, by bundling security into one holistic program, Accenture clients will experience the powerful integration of the Onapsis Security Platform (OSP) with Splunk Enterprise providing the most comprehensive solution for continuous monitoring of SAP systems.
This partnership delivers operational intelligence for fast identification of attacks from inside and outside the organization so they can be mitigated quickly before an organization’s crown jewels are compromised and business-crippling damage occurs. In addition, the integration also highlights active attacks, monitors for unauthorized activity, protects against insider threats, and stops data loss.
Want to hear first hand more about the Onapsis & Accenture integration with Splunk? Learn why ERP platforms are under attack, what leading enterprises are doing to protect them and how you can leverage SPLUNK to monitor threats and prevent catastrophic downtime of your most critical business applications. Visit Onapsis in booth #141 at Splunk .conf19 in Las Vegas, Oct. 21 through 24, or join Accenture & Onapsis on October 23rd at 4:45 pm in 501 Casanova to hear more about the blindspots hackers are targeting.