Cybersecurity for Retail Manufacturing
ERP is everything – protect your business with Onapsis
Increased cloud adoption combined with threat actors continually targeting the retail manufacturing sector has made ERP security a must have, not a nice to have.
But, securing complex ERP landscapes and protecting important data (IP, PII) as well as your connected critical production supply chains can be complicated as Onapsis CEO and Co-founder, Mariano Nunez, explains in this video:
That is where Onapsis comes in – the market leader for ERP security – securing one in four of the global Forbes 100.
Onapsis offers an ERP Application Security platform that provides your InfoSec team with deep visibility into your ERP landscape, prioritized insights into vulnerable systems, and the right business recommendations to help you remediate and mitigate risk across your connected supply chain.
Our retail manufacturing clients struggled with these challenges before partnering with Onapsis:
project timelines and budgets
Resiliency and integrity of ERP, e-commerce, and supply chain systems and data (e.g., employee, customer PII)
Compliance failures or audit findings
(e.g., SOX, GDPR, CCPA, PCI DSS)
Confidently and accurately report on
business risk, particularly to supply chain, to C-Suite and BoD
Security issues that cause outages/delays
in the supply chain or ability to deliver goods to customers
Loss or breach of regulated employee or consumer PII resulting in financial loss due to reputation damage, compliance violation
Our retail manufacturing customers are now able to:
Plan and execute successful digital transformation with application-level security at the outset, including automated custom code analysis to avoid introducing risk during development processes
Identify vulnerabilities and threats that could result in business interruptions, data loss (e.g., PII), or audit findings (e.g., SOX, GDPR, PII, PCI DSS)
Discovery of and visibility into ERP, supply chain, e-commerce landscape and translates vulnerabilities into business risk, making it easy to understand what is putting sensitive data at risk (e.g., elevated privileges that give someone access to consumer PII which they could then sell)
Prioritize insights and gain actionable guidance for teams that are new to ERP security, allowing them to quickly act on issues that pose the greatest risk to supply chains and data
Ready to build your business case?
of investigation time saved per week by automating vulnerability scans and receiving actionable details for each finding
ahead of schedule digital transformation project completed
reduction in remediation time for SAP vulnerabilities
decrease in time spent preparing for compliance audits (1000 hours to 12 hours per audit period)
Trust, but Verify: Protecting Your
Levi Strauss's Deputy CISO, Steve Zalewski discusses the concept of "trust, but verify" when undergoing digital transformation projects and working with both vendors and third-party security providers.
This global apparel manufacturer gained visibility into their SAP HEC operational environment to understand security threats, manage risk, protect supply chain integrity and avoid disruptions to business operations.
Solution Brief: ERP Security for Retail / Fashion Manufacturing
Cyber attacks targeting critical ERP, supply chain, and e-commerce applications within the retail manufacturing industry can have far-reaching financial and reputational impacts.