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.
Today, Onapsis is releasing a Threat Research Report about critical vulnerabilities that the Onapsis Research Labs found in the Oracle E-Business Suite and worked with the Oracle Security Response Team to fix in Oracle’s January 2020 Critical Patch Update.
Today, Gartner published its 2020 Application Security Testing Magic Quadrant, with Onapsis recognized for our code security capabilities of The Onapsis Platform. This Gartner report evaluated 11 vendors that provide products and services designed to analyze and test applications for vulnerabilities.
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 April 2020. This quarter, there were 397 total security patches, many of which were reported by Onapsis.
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.
The Onapsis Research Labs works very closely with Oracle to report potential security vulnerabilities for Oracle to fix and for Oracle customers to patch. We love to talk about not only the work we do but also the benefits of keeping up with patches and maturing the security posture of your ERP Applications.
Over the past few years, there has been a 100% increase in public exploits of SAP and Oracle EBS applications, and while many organizations spend millions on perimeter security and customizing your business-critical applications, the ERP systems that run your business are still at risk.
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.
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