The Secure Transformation to HANA®

As many organizations make the move to HANA, whether on-premises or in the cloud, it's imperative to consider how cybersecurity plays a role in the migration's success. We created this guide to assist those using the SAP Activate methodology during their transformation and supported each phase with a security component.

ERP Security and Compliance: Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)

This white paper discusses the approach publicly-traded companies should be taking to secure their ERP systems and maintain regulatory compliance in regard to SOX. Organizations can define an automated, repeatable method for continually improving and maintaining security and compliance requirements with the Onapsis Security Platform.

The Prescriptive Guide to Business-Critical Application Security

Attacks against ERP systems have seen a rise in the recent decade and traditional security approaches don’t do enough to secure the ERP layer. This white paper review the challenges organizations face when securing these business-critical applications and how to implement a successful security program.

CSA ERP Security Survey

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, has released a survey to give more insights into securely moving ERP applications to the cloud.

HMG and Onapsis White Paper

Protecting the Crown Jewels in the Pivot to Digital Transformation

Download this comprehensive white paper to outline key security challenges in migrating complex business-critical applications during digital transformation strategies. Also, learn key methods to ensure the business crown jewels are protected each step of the way.

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Securing Enterprise Applications

Business-critical platforms such as SAP and Oracle have been in place for more than a decade, however a majority of firms using these applications currently have gaps in their security program. There are many reasons for these security gaps ranging from a reliance on generic security tools, to IT teams lacking complete understanding of how application platforms work.


Because over 75% of all transactions occur on business-critical applications, data from these systems is endlessly valuable to attackers