Julie Anderson is a member of the product and solutions marketing team at Onapsis, working with product management, marketing, and sales to drive go-to-market, positioning, and messaging strategy. With over ten years of experience in cybersecurity and technology, she has come to love acronyms and enjoys translating product functionality into how it makes customers’ lives easier.
Understanding these fundamental terms is crucial for understanding how the latest vulnerability management tools and technologies work and keep your organization safe.
Security and compliance continue to be the top concerns for migrating to SAP S/4HANA in the cloud, even above performance, flexibility and cost. That’s because, ultimately, it’s still your responsibility to ensure the security of your data and applications—even if they reside in someone else’s datacenter. Fortunately, a strong cloud provider and the right tools can take security from a project roadblock to an accelerator, while keeping your data and applications protected along the way.
Our new e-book, DevSecOps for SAP S/4HANA Migrations for Dummies, walks through how applying DevSecOps approaches can facilitate SAP application development, while also improving security, compliance and quality throughout the development lifecycle.
It’s clear that many factors are working together to put the applications at the heart of your business at risk, but how much and in what ways? How can you identify and understand the business impact of the issues within your environment?
On the heels of our recent certification announcement of our code analysis solutions, we are happy to share that another of our capabilities has been certified by SAP. Our transport inspection capabilities joins our HANA and ABAP code analysis solutions as certified for deployment on S4/HANA.
We are very excited to announce that our HANA and ABAP code analysis solutions have been certified by SAP for deployment on S4/HANA! This means they have passed SAP’s stringent testing process and are proven to integrate with SAP technologies.
One of the first questions I always ask people when they approach our booth at trade shows is, “are you running SAP or Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS)?”
With recent exploits against SAP (10KBLAZE) and disclosed critical vulnerabilities in Oracle Payments (Oracle E-Business Suite), potential attacks against SAP and Oracle EBS will continue to rise putting your organization at serious risk.
Building on our existing relationship, we are excited to partner with Oracle and present our joint recommendations for securing Oracle EBS.