Our quarterly analysis of the Oracle CPU, in which we discuss the first release of the year, January 2019.
When it comes to Oracle EBS security, there are many steps to take to proactively protect your organization. Restricting file type and size is one of them. Learn more about why and how to prevent unintended consequences.
Includes a step-by-step CPU implementation guide for Oracle E-Business Suite.
After the release of our threat report about a critical vulnerability on “Unauthorized Business Data Exfiltration Vulnerability”, we are continuing our series of blogpost about Oracle E-Business Suite security. To keep our readers informed about security risks and mitigation techniques to Oracle’s biggest ERP, E-Business Suite (EBS), we will continue to publish blogs on a monthly basis.
For a third week in a row, we’re providing you with best practices for securing your Oracle E-Business Suite implementation. Today, we are going to talk about a common topic: password security. When it comes to password policy, the first thing that probably comes to mind is having a secure password. That is why in addition to all network security layers, it is very important to have a proper password policy, along with a users list and groups so to follow a guideline of how passwords are formed.
As most of our regular readers may know, the Onapsis Research Labs have been working on developing Oracle Security for several months. We’ve done this by updating our readers with analysis on quarterly patch updates, and to date have released over one hundred advisories for this platform. In our continous goal to provide the industry with greater resources to secure their business critical applications, starting today we will be publishing a series of weekly blog posts focusing on different areas of protecting Oracle E-Business Suite.