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Onapsis researchers revealed a critical security configuration vulnerability that results from default installations in SAP systems which if left insecure, could lead to a full system compromise in unprotected environments.
A critically vulnerable default security configuration in SAP systems that was first observed 13 years ago continues to exist in many current implementations, warns a new threat report from the ERP platform security experts at Onapsis.
SC Media Senior Reporter Bradley Barth took five cybersecurity experts out on a field trip during RSA 2018, conducting what may be the industry's first-ever series of interviews on the famous San Francisco's cable car system -- the only one in the world that is still operated manually. (Try hacking that!)
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) has released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio, fixing 254 vulnerabilities across 20 product families. More than two-thirds of those flaws are located in business-critical applications and 42 are rated critical.
Oracle has released a new quarterly critical patch update (CPU) for its product portfolio, fixing 254 vulnerabilities across 20 product families. More than two-thirds of those flaws are located in business-critical applications and 42 are rated critical.
Have you considered security when migrating enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications to the cloud?
Onapsis, the global experts in business-critical application cybersecurity and compliance, today announced a $31 million Series C minority funding round led by new investor LLR Partners, with participation from existing institutional investors .406 Ventures, Evolution Equity Partners and Arsenal Venture Partners.
The U.S. cybersecurity industry has seen a decline in venture capital investments recently, but Boston-area security startups are having a good week.
The Boston cybersecurity company said on Friday that it raised a $31 million funding round led by Philadelphia-based private equity firm LLR Partners as it looks to an initial public offering in three to four years.
Application security firm Onapsis has raised $31 million through a Series C funding round led by new investor LLR Partners, the company announced Friday, bringing the total amount raised to $62 million.