It’s clear that many factors are working together to put the applications at the heart of your business at risk, but how much and in what ways? How can you identify and understand the business impact of the issues within your environment?
If you caught my third episode of Frugé-ology on the Onapsis LinkedIn page, then you were lucky enough to see my barbecue sauce in live-action on some freshly made burnt ends. Like the language of food, in order to become an influential CISO, you must be able to speak the language of your business.
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.”
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.
Part one of this series discussed how to survive a cyberattack by planning effectively and being fully prepared before putting a plan into action. Now, I want to delve deeper into the topic by examining what I call a “risk-based response” to an attack against your organization’s business-critical applications, including your ERP systems.
SAP Security Notes November 2019: Vulnerability in SAP Diagnostics Agent, keeps SAP Busy, New HotNews Released
Today, SAP released its monthly patch updates with several critical fixes, including four SAP Security Notes tagged as HotNews (the most critical one in terms of priority).
Effective planning for a cyberattack requires participation from many different departments in an organization. It’s not enough for the security and IT teams to have an incident response (IR) plan ready, should a security incident occur.
With recent exploits against SAP (10KBLAZE) and disclosed critical vulnerabilities in Oracle Payments (Oracle E-Business Suite), potential attacks against SAP and Oracle EBS will continue to rise putting your organization at serious risk.
As the former Chair of the Institute of Internal Auditors and Former Chief Audit Executive for Raytheon Company, Larry Harrington discusses how ERP security enables the audit and compliance process within organizations.
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