As CEO, Mariano drives the strategic direction of the company. Under his leadership, Onapsis has become one of the fastest-growing technology and cybersecurity companies in the world.
Starting his career as a cybersecurity researcher, Mariano was the first to publicly present on cybersecurity risks affecting SAP platforms and how to mitigate them at major conferences such as RSA, Black Hat and SANS. He was the developer of the first open source ERP penetration testing framework and has discovered critical security vulnerabilities in SAP, Oracle, IBM and Microsoft applications.
Mariano has been interviewed and featured in mainstream media such as CNN, Reuters, Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The New York Times. He has been distinguished by EY as "Entrepreneur of The Year 2018" and by MIT as a "Top 35 Innovator under the age of 35", as well as having been selected as an Endeavor Entrepreneur. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and has completed executive training programs at Harvard Business School and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
New Onapsis product helps Oracle E-Business Suite customers secure their business-critical information and processes
At Onapsis, our vision since inception has always been to protect the business-critical applications that organizations rely on to run their businesses.
From 2007 to Now: Onapsis’ CEO’s Thoughts on Business-Critical Application Security recognized by Gartner in the Hype Cycle for Application Security
Today Gartner recognized Business-Critical Application Security as an emerging market trend, in the 2017 Hype Cycle for Application Security that has just been released.
I’m pleased to announce that today we’re kicking off our third annual Onapsis Roadshow series in North America. With the major developments SAP cybersecurity has seen over the past few months, I feel like our roadshows could not have come at a better time.
Onapsis has just completed its second annual North American Roadshow Series! With stops in the Bay Area, Houston, Chicago, and New York, this initiative was a huge success.
During this series, industry professionals and customers from some of the top F1000 organizations collaborated on how to address the growing SAP governance gap within their organizations. As the state of SAP cybersecurity continues to evolve, the SAP governance gap continues to be one of the most common challenges facing organizations across many different industries.
Today, based on research performed by our Research Labs, both the U.S. government and business press are discussing the critical topic of SAP business application cybersecurity, bringing it to top of the agenda for CISOs and CIOs worldwide.
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