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Uber data breach wrap-up. Experts’ opinions

On November 21, Uber officially disclosed a massive data breach. News broke that hackers had compromised the personal data of 57 million Uber’s customers and drivers worldwide in a cyberattack happened in October 2016. Stolen data included names, email addresses and phone numbers. The company paid the attackers $100,000 to delete the data and keep the breach a secret. As a matter of fact, Uber concealed the data breach for more than a year.

To find the truth, we conducted a why-what-how investigation, reached out cybersecurity experts and asked them topical questions covering Uber data breach.

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ERPScan Listed as a “Sample Vendor” in Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Application Security

Palo Alto, CA – September 6, 2017 ERPScan, a leading provider of SAP and Oracle application cybersecurity solutions and services, today announced that it has been identified as a sample vendor in the Gartner “Hype Cycle for Application Security 2017” report [1] for the emerging category of Business-Critical Application Security as well as for mature Static Code Analysis category with its innovative Security Monitoring Suite for SAP and PeopleSoft applications.

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ERPScan identified critical vulnerabilities in SAP’s POS allowing hackers to change prices

Palo Alto, CA – 24 August, 2017 – Today at the Hack in the Box – Singapore conference ERPScan researchers Dmitry Chastuhin and Vladimir Egorov delivered their talk covering vulnerabilities they identified in point of sale systems developed by SAP and Oracle. The most critical of them affects SAP POS solution allowing attackers not only to compromise customers’ data but gain unfettered control over the POS server.

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Cybersecurity experts anticipate growing number of attacks against ERP systems

Palo Alto, CA – May 31, 2017 – Crowd Research Partners with the support of ERPScan, a leading business application security provider, released the ERP Cybersecurity Survey 2017. The research revealed that there is still a lack of both awareness and security measures taken by enterprises, even though the majority of cybersecurity professionals anticipate the growing number of attacks on ERP systems.

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