Onapsis and Oracle to Co-Present on Emerging Topic of Cybersecurity for Oracle Business Applications at Oracle OpenWorld

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Organizations running Oracle E-Business Suite are having a difficult time staying ahead of the increasing number of vulnerabilities and required patching while ensuring their data and processes are secure.

Onapsis, the global experts in SAP and Oracle business-critical application cybersecurity and compliance, today announced that the company will host multiple sessions at the 2017 Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, California from October 1-5, 2017. During this event, Onapsis will showcase the latest research available regarding Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) cyberattacks in booth #2224; host a live session with Oracle; and present on the evolution of Oracle EBS security from databases to applications. As the primary conference for organizations utilizing Oracle products, OpenWorld aims to provide customers with relevant knowledge and upcoming trends that will impact their business.

“With the growing number of threats to Oracle business-critical applications, we expect cybersecurity will be a hot topic at OpenWorld. Organizations running Oracle E-Business Suite are having a difficult time staying ahead of the increasing number of vulnerabilities and required patching while ensuring their data and processes are secure. We are proud to co-present with Oracle to provide practical guidance on how to build a repeatable patch management schedule,” said Juan Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO, Onapsis.

“Additionally, for those attendees looking for overall cybersecurity and risk management strategies, we are leading a session on the evolution of Oracle EBS security from databases to applications,” continued Perez-Etchegoyen,.

Onapsis at Oracle OpenWorld 2017

“To Patch or Not to Patch: Answering the CPU Question”

Speakers: Juan Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO, Onapsis and Bruce Lowenthal, Senior Director, Security Groups, Oracle

Abstract: Oracle customers are increasingly experiencing malicious attempts to exploit vulnerabilities for which Oracle has already released fixes. In some instances, attackers have been successful because targeted organizations had failed to apply available patches. While in many cases, it may be required to defer application of security fixes, it is important that organizations accurately assess the…

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