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Roughly 90% out of an estimated total of 1,000,000 SAP production systems could currently be at risk of being hacked by threat actors using publicly released critical exploits targeting misconfigured SAP installations and dubbed 10KBLAZE.
Selon des chercheurs, jusqu'à 50 000 entreprises ayant adopté des solutions SAP pourraient être visées par des cyberattaques en raison de nouveaux exploits ciblant les failles de configuration du logiciel.
Up to 50,000 enterprises that have adopted SAP solutions may be susceptible to cyberattacks due to new exploits targeting configuration flaws in the software, researchers say.
Onapsis Open-Sources Detection Signatures to Help Global SAP Customers Protect Against New Critical Exploits Dubbed ‘10KBLAZE’
Onapsis, the global leader in business application cyber resilience, today announced the immediate release of threat intelligence that helps SAP customers to detect and respond to recently released exploits of common critical SAP misconfigurations that, if not properly secured, can be abused by hacktivists, cyber-criminal groups and nation-state threat actors to take full command and control of their business-critical information and processes.
Up to 50,000 companies running SAP software are at greater risk of being hacked after security researchers found new ways to exploit vulnerabilities of systems that haven’t been properly protected and published the tools to do so online.
The Cybersecurity market probably has too many vendors in currently. This is an example of the consolidation that is likely to happen over the coming months. For Onapsis it provides functionality that fills in the missing pieces from its technology, making its offering stronger. It is also a good move for customers. It should reduce the number of supplier relationships they need to retain.
Onapsis acquired ERP cyber security competitor Virtual Forge in a move designed to strengthen its defence capabilities around SAP customisations and extensions.
Onapsis has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Virtual Forge, headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany. Onapsis’s platform is the cybersecurity solution that protects the ERP systems and business-critical applications of the world’s largest organizations.
Onapsis recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Virtual Forge, a company that provides solutions to automatically prevent, identify, and fix cybersecurity and compliance risks in customizations and extensions of SAP applications. Onapsis delivers a platform that safeguards ERP systems and business-critical applications of the largest organizations in the world. Together, Onapsis and Virtual Forge will enable customers to achieve exceptional incident response, management, visibility, and compliance for business-critical applications.
ERP cybersecurity solutions provider Onapsis recently announced that it has entered into a decisive agreement to acquire Germany-based cybersecurity firm Virtual Forge. The proposed agreement, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019, will help Onapsis to expand its reach in the global market by leveraging Virtual Forge’s international reputation and strengthen Onapsis’s leadership in ERP cybersecurity.