As business-critical application security experts (SAP, SFDC, Oracle) we know the many tales and misconceptions surrounding the current threat landscape. Let’s take a look at some common misconceptions around business-critical application security and use these insights to help make better decisions to keep your organization secure.
This chemical company wanted to ensure compliance and security standards throughout their SAP change management processes and identify code and transport issues before they could cause vulnerabilities or system downtime. They built Onapsis security, quality and compliance checks into their SAP change management processes to accelerate application delivery time and reduce costs.
For many organizations, the security of mission-critical applications - such as ERP, SCM, HCM, PLM, CRM, from leading vendors such as SAP, Oracle, and Salesforce - is overlooked.
As more businesses move from on-premises to the cloud, companies lose visibility into the risk of their interconnected systems—and, in an interconnected application environment, one misconfigured system or security vulnerability can put the entire enterprise at risk. This is a trend that will only persist and evolve so it is crucial that your SaaS solutions are protected and compliant.
While the Onapsis product team has been hard at work modernizing the front-end of The Onapsis Platform, we have also had feedback from our customers that an API experience is just as important. Building on that, Onapsis is pleased to introduce a newly-developed GraphQL-based public API.
Vulnerability management is a tedious and thankless task. As more and more vulnerabilities are found in mission-critical applications and threats are ever-increasing, it is becoming very challenging to prioritize what must be fixed immediately.
It is nearly impossible to create error-free software or hardware, and for complex systems, this is even more true. Not every bug is a vulnerability, but many bugs are. A CVSS score ranks these vulnerabilities from highest to lowest priority.
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?
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