This week, Oracle released its third Critical Patch Update (CPU) of the year and for the second month in a row, as stated in April’s report, a new historical mark took place. This time, there was a new record in the number of patches, releasing 433 new security patches.
How do you define downtime? In the world of IT, downtime is defined as “time during which a machine, especially a computer, is out of action or unavailable for use.” In a pre-cloud or pre-SAAS era, that definition provided an acceptable description of what actually took place. Then, everything changed.
One of the first questions I always ask people when they approach our booth at trade shows is, “are you running SAP or Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS)?”
There is no doubt that ERP systems will increasingly become a preferred target of cyberattacks. SAP and Onapsis have taken multiple measures so that customers are best prepared for the challenges of 2020. Here is some of what we learned in 2019 and what we can expect in 2020.
January '20 Oracle CPU Analysis: Oracle Fixes a Critical Vulnerability That Can Lead to Financial Fraud
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 January 2020. This month, two of 23 total EBS vulnerabilities were reported by Onapsis, four in Oracle Payments.
If you’re like 81% of the CIOs and CISOs recently surveyed, your team has held off on making these changes due to concerns about impact on business performance, while at the same time being under massive pressure to support business growth.
Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) vulnerabilities from earlier this year are presenting new risk, despite fixes from Oracle. Thousands of organizations that have not applied the patches remain at risk for these PAYDAY vulnerabilities.
The Onapsis Research Labs has been working closely with Oracle Corporation's Security Response Team to fix several critical vulnerabilities in the Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). The vulnerabilities, named PAYDAY, were initially patched in Oracle’s April 2018 Critical Patch Update (CPU) and subsequent vulnerabilities have been patched as late as the April 2019 CPU.
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 October 2019.
Oracle OpenWorld is just around the corner, and Onapsis is excited to be in attendance! Boasting more than 2,200 educational sessions, Oracle OpenWorld is the premier showcase for leading cloud technologies. With over 60,000 attendants from over 145 countries, Oracle OpenWorld 2019 is sure to be a year to remember.
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