As the Onapsis Security Platform continues to become more widely adopted throughout global enterprises, we have received an overwhelming number of requests to integrate OSP with our customer’s existing SIEM solutions. Based on these requests, we are excited to announce that we have officially launched an integration with Splunk Enterprise. This marks our second SIEM integration following IBM’s QRadar which we launched earlier this month.
Through continuous monitoring, the Onapsis Security Platform (OSP) delivers a near real-time preventative, detective and corrective approach for securing SAP systems and applications whether deployed on-premise, or in a private, public or hybrid cloud environment. The Onapsis Security Platform provides unmatched coverage and protection with context-aware insight across SAP NetWeaver, ABAP, J2EE, andHANA platforms.
Now, through an integration with Splunk Enterprise and the publication of a Splunk App (https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/3269/ ), OSP presents the compliance and vulnerabilities found in SAP along with the attacks or indicators of attack against SAP systems in Splunk alongside the additional information Splunk has collected about the environment. This provides a centralized repository of SAP information in Splunk, and provides dashboards, statistics, as well as well as historical reports of an organization’s SAP assets’ security and compliance posture. SAP incidents and alarms generated by OSP are presented giving visibility on threats and attacks in near real-time. With this new integration, subscribers of OSP and Splunk will now receive increased operational intelligence to collect and index log and machine data from any source, including SAP.
We are very excited to be expanding our product offerings to include some of the most widely-used vendors in the industry. We look forward to continuing these partnerships to provide our customers with the most complete SAP cybersecurity solutions.