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Mar 3, '20 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

While SAP helps businesses operate more efficiently through streamlined business processes, its complexity means it presents a significant attack surface for hackers.

Since businesses use SAP for managing their most sensitive business processes,...

Feb 12, '20 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

We’ve said it before: Keeping SAP security patches up to date is one of the most effective ways to prevent a successful cyberattack.

To make that task a bit easier, here is our quick summary of the Security Notes Update that SAP issued in January...

Jan 30, '20 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

Cyberattacks are now heavily automated. Is the solution automated cybersecurity?

Hackers are launching fearsome new attacks against SAP systems across multiple industries using self-directed software tools and processes. Malicious actors are...

Jan 21, '20 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, making cybercrime more profitable than the global trade in all major illegal drugs combined.

Cybercriminals are turning to a multitude of new...

Jan 2, '20 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

A whopping 92% of malware is still delivered by email, according to Verizon’s Breach Investigations report.

The majority of these threats arrive in the form of phishing links. But a sizeable percentage still arrive as email attachments. And we’re...

Dec 9, '19 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

More than two-thirds of ERP systems were breached in the last 24 months according to a 2019 survey conducted by IDC for Onapsis.

ERP Security: The Reality of Business Application Protection, the IDC survey of 430 IT decision makers, reveals that...

Nov 7, '19 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

One day back in 2013, a group of hackers—likely backed by China—booted up their computers and began breaking into USIS, a US federal contractor that conducted background checks for the US Department of Homeland Security. The hackers gained access...

Sep 30, '19 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

In April 2019, hackers uploaded a series of exploits targeting SAP business applications to a public forum.

These exploits, referred to as 10KBLAZE, leverage insecure default configurations that SAP has known about for a while and had corrected...

Sep 24, '19 by Joerg Schneider-Simon

Cybersecurity talent shortages. Employees and vendors who think security policies are just a suggestion. A rapidly growing, AI-driven tsunami of threats.

The role of a Chief Information Security Officer is not exactly what we’d call relaxing.

To...