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US-CERT issues advisory after researchers report increase in attacks against SAP and Oracle ERP apps
A new joint research report prompted the Department of Homeland Security's US-CERT unit today to issue a security advisory warning organisations that attackers are increasingly exploiting vulnerabilities.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has flagged a new report highlighting an increase in attacks on critical ERP apps by state-sponsored hackers, cyber-criminals and hacktivists.
ERP applications such as Oracle and SAP's are open to exploit and under attack, according to a new report referenced in a US-CERT warning.
Attacks on SAP, Oracle platforms incoming
ERP applications are increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals, hacktivists and nation-state actors, a report reveals
Nation states, cybercriminals and hacktivist groups are attacking known vulnerabilities in common business software that can lead to losses of data, according to a new report.
When the US-CERT issues a warning, it's in a company's best interest to pay attention. ERPs are used for managing business processes including product lifecycle management, customer relationship management and supply chain management, according to US-CERT. In other words, ERP system security is invaluable to a business.
This morning, new research from digital risk management firm, Digital Shadows, and ERP cybersecurity and compliance firm, Onapsis, revealed evidence that widely-used ERP applications are under attack by cybercriminals.
The Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert highlighting risks related to "thousands of unpatched business systems" from Oracle and SAP, Reuters reports.
The Cybersecurity 202: Agencies struggling with basic cybersecurity despite Trump's pledge to prioritize it
The federal government got hammered on multiple fronts Wednesday over its inability to protect its computer networks from cyberattacks.
Live webcast takes a deep dive into results from the Ponemon Institute’s latest study on SAP Cybersecurity
Onapsis und seine Lösungen zur Sicherung von SAP-Systemen erfüllen die Normen ISO 9001:2008 und ISO/IEC 90003:2004
Onapsis Awarded an ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems Certificate and ISO/IEC 90003: 2004 for Software Engineering
Leaders in business-critical application security recognized by ISO global standards
Onapsis Helps Organizations Understand the Top Vulnerabilities Placing the Global 2000 at Risk of SAP Breaches
Live webcast shows organizations how to understand if their SAP landscape is at risk
Onapsis Named Winner of Two Categories in the Info Security Products Guide’s 12th Annual 2016 Global Excellence Awards
Leaders in business-critical application security selected as winners for ‘Innovation in Enterprise Security’ and ‘People Shaping Information Security’ categories
Onapsis Announces Business-Critical Application Security to be Trending Topic at RSA Conference 2016
Latest research to be showcased in presentations, demonstrations and roundtables
Une étude de l'Institut Ponemon révèle que les cadres dirigeants sous-estiment largement le risque de cyberattaques SAP
Les résultats de l'étude montrent qu'il existe un fossé entre la perception du risque par les cadres et par les professionnels de la sécurité s'agissant de la préparation à ces attaques et de leur impact potentiel.
Survey data demonstrates perception gap between senior leadership and security professionals regarding current preparedness and potential impact of breaches
Neue Ponemon-Studie zeigt: Geschäftsführung und IT-Sicherheitsverantwortliche bewerten Fähigkeit zur Abwehr von Bedrohungen und deren potenzielle Auswirkungen sehr unterschiedlich.