The Onapsis Security Blog

The world of business-critical application security and compliance is dynamic, with new developments happening on a continuous basis. Read our blog posts for recommendations, insights and observations on the latest news for safeguarding your SAP® and Oracle® applications.

 IBM X Force Command Center Cyber Range

Test the Skills You Have and Learn the Skills You Need at the IBM X Force Command Center Cyber Range

 

Business-critical application protection is of great importance, as many organizations rely heavily on SAP and Oracle EBS to run their business. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned last year that cybercriminals, including state-sponsored attackers, are targeting these ERP systems. Many of these systems were installed decades ago with little consideration for external security and are updated less frequently than software built for web and mobile use. ERP systems are often in use around the clock, and organizations hesitate to apply important updates and patches in fear of downtime that can affect revenue-generating operations and workflows.

 77% of all revenue-oriented transactions are processed via these business-critical applications, and as such, data from these systems is highly valuable to insider threats and external attackers. Is your organization properly protecting the applications that run your business? 

 Join us on October 16th in Boston for the first-ever ERP Day at the IBM Security Cyber Range to experience a critical security event without the repercussions.

 You will witness a real-time simulation of an attack on a leading ERP platform and gain valuable insight about business application attack surfaces, how to respond and what can be done now to remediate critical vulnerabilities.  

 

Live the IBM X-Force Command Experience!

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Examine the operational risk and cybersecurity posture of your business-critical applications to determine the potential impact of sub-optimal application performance, unplanned downtime and an attack on your organization’s ERP platforms.

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