Cybercriminals are targeting enterprise resource planning (ERP) apps–some of the oldest and most difficult-to-secure business software systems–with new attacks in an effort to exploit vulnerabilities and gain access to valuable, sensitive enterprise data, according to a new report.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has flagged a new report highlighting an increase in attacks on critical ERP apps by state-sponsored hackers, cyber-criminals and hacktivists.
US-CERT issues advisory after researchers report increase in attacks against SAP and Oracle ERP apps
A new joint research report prompted the Department of Homeland Security's US-CERT unit today to issue a security advisory warning organisations that attackers are increasingly exploiting vulnerabilities.
According to a security report, ERP software using in traditional industries has become a target for cybercriminals.
Nation-states and criminals are increasingly targeting enterprises’ business-critical applications, attempting to steal data and commit financial crimes, according to a U.S. government alert and research from Digital Shadows and Onapsis.
The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning to businesses that their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are being increasingly targeted for attack, whether it's espionage, sabotage or financial fraud crimes.
Business-critical applications running the biggest organizations in the world are under attack, according to research from Digital Shadows and Onapsis.
New research from Onapsis and Digital Shadows reveals that attackers are making use of known vulnerabilities to exploit business-critical applications.
At least a dozen companies and government agencies have been targeted and thousands more are exposed to data breaches by hackers exploiting old security flaws in management software, two cyber security firms said in a study published on Wednesday.