Today Oracle released the first Critical Patch Update of the year that contains 334 new security patches and a total of 23 patches for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), one of the most used ERP software in the World. Among these fixes, the two most critical ones were reported by Onapsis Research Labs and are related to the already known PAYDAY vulnerabilities that we explained a few months ago in a public report.
Today, SAP released its monthly patch updates with several fixes, including 12 new SAP Security Notes, 1 High Priority Note, 10 of Medium Priority and 1 with Low Priority
2019 was an incredible year for Onapsis, with significant growth enabled with strategic partnerships, fueled by the acquisition of Virtual Forge and supported by our growing customer base. Thank you to all our partners for being a part of our continued success, and thank you for working with Onapsis to provide enterprises with comprehensive protection for their SAP and Oracle platforms.
In June 2019, one month after the advisory from US-CERT regarding 10KBlaze, csoonline.com published an interview with Juan Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO of Onapsis, Jonathan Haun, senior director at Enowa LLC, and Gert Schroeter, vice president of security communications at SAP Global Security. In this interview they explained eight of the top most common configuration errors and security failures within enterprise SAP environments.
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.
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