A new survey out today shows that C-level executives are underestimating the risks to their Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) applications, despite being critical to the organizations that depend on them.
SAP released 19 patches on Tuesday, fixing a trio of vulnerabilities marked high severity in its business management software.
SAP this week released another set of security patches for its products to address a total of 19 vulnerabilities, most of which are rated Medium severity.
There’s so much information flowing through a company—much of it crossing a multitude of channels, systems, and services—that it’s nearly impossible for organizations to hold all their data internally.
Onapsis and the Cloud Security Alliance have formed a new working group to oversee the development of best practices designed to help organizations securely move Oracle, SAP and other enterprise resource planning applications to the cloud.
No company has ever patched as many vulnerabilities in a single patch update as Oracle did this month. Oracle released its July Critical Patch Update (CPU) this week, fixing a staggering 308 vulnerabilities.
SAP and Oracle security experts Onapsis have partnered with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to establish the ERP Security Working Group.
Oracle hasn’t been “just” a database company in a long time, and nowhere is that more evident than in its quarterly critical patch update release, where the bulk of the fixes are in business applications like PeopleSoft and E-Business Suite.
Oracle Corporation issued a critical patch update for July 2017, fixing 308 vulnerabilities across its product line, the company announced in a security advisory.
Oracle on Tuesday released its July 2017 Critical Patch Update (CPU) to address a total of 308 vulnerabilities, the highest number of security fixes ever released in a quarter by the enterprise software giant.