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.

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Business-Critical Applications & Compliance: Why Brian Tremblay Joined Onapsis

Sometimes in life, you have a moment that reframes how you look at your career path. That happened to me at a recent lunch with Sergio Abraham, Innovation Lead at Onapsis. We discussed a wide range of topics surrounding cybersecurity and compliance, and I was left with a resounding thought: “I need to learn more about Onapsis.”
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ERP Security & IT General Controls: Questions Every Organization Needs to Ask

A recent IDC survey reports that 64% of organizations have suffered an ERP system breach in the past 24 months. To ensure that your organization has the proper processes and controls in place to keep SAP and Oracle E-Business Suite business-critical applications secure and in compliance, we are providing guidance and questions to ask.
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GDPR and SAP: Will it Affect You and What Steps You Can Take Now

At Onapsis we recognize that information security means more than just protecting your business-critical applications from possible invaders. Worldwide, we see cybersecurity regulations maturing, leading to added pressure for companies to stay compliant. It is clear that, apart from the obvious technical component, the legal aspects of the information security domain demand a growing slice of attention to maintain business prosperity.

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