At Onapsis, we’re not only solution leaders—we’re also thought leaders. Here you’ll find a growing library of materials to help you build your cyber resilience strategy. The more light we can shed on business-critical application security and compliance, the better you can drive your business forward, confidently.

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SAP Security
In all SAP implementations there are many reasons why organizations would need to make changes and updates on a regular basis.
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SAP Security
By design the SAP Solution Manager is connected to all SAP systems (i.e. ERP, CRM, BI, etc), making it a critical component of any SAP implementation: if successfully exploited by an attacker, all the satellite SAP environments, and therefore their business information, could be completely compromised.
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SAP Security
The SAProuter is one of the most critical components of any SAP implementation. Working as an application-level gateway, it is usually connected to untrusted networks and is intended to restrict access to the backend SAP systems.
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SAP Security
While the comment, SAP platforms are only accessible internally, was true in many organizations more than a decade ago, today, driven by modern business requirements for interconnectivity, SAP systems are very often connected to the Internet.
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SAP Security
SAP Application Servers Java, supported by the J2EE Engine, serve as the base framework for running critical solutions such as the SAP Enterprise Portal, SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI), SAP Process Integration (PI) and SAP Mobile Infrastructure (MI).
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SAP Security
Backdoors and rootkits have existed for a long time in computer code and programs.
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SAP Security
SAP Knowledge Management (SAP KM) is a central component of the SAP Enterprise Portal, enabling the information extracted from numerous data sources within the Organization to be displayed in a single access point.
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SAP Security
SAP has implemented several unique password hashing procedures in its history.

For your business to survive a security incident, it needs to get back to doing business as soon as possible --back to serving customers, cutting paychecks, and running production lines. If your organization were hit by a major incident, how badly would your operations be interrupted and how many customers would you lose for good? In this webinar, learn how to prepare today, to make your business more resilient to cyber attacks tomorrow.


 

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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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