Palo Alto, CA – February 7, 2018 – ERPScan experts estimated cyber risks for various industries.
The ERPScan research team released “ERPScan Data breach Report 2018” dedicated to the analysis of major attacks in various industries. If your company is based in the USA and employs 5000+ workers, you may become a victim of a breach, which average cost amounts to $5 million.
Vienna, Austria – November 16, 2017, on Tuesday Oracle released an out-of-plan critical update (Security Alert Advisory) for a second time; the details of these vulnerabilities and the examples of business risks have been presented by ERPScan researchers at DeepSec conference in Vienna today.
Palo Alto, CA – September 27, 2017 – ERPScan, the world-renowned provider of cybersecurity solutions for ERP systems, announces that its blog focused on cybersecurity aspects of ERP systems such as SAP and Oracle has been selected 11th by Feedspot in the list of Top 100 ERP Blogs on the web.
Palo Alto, CA – September 19, 2017 – ERPScan, a leading provider of SAP and Oracle application cybersecurity solutions and services, today announced that it has been identified as a representative vendor in the Gartner “Market Guide for SOD Controls Monitoring Tools” report for its ERPScan Security Monitoring Suite for SAP and PeopleSoft.
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  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.
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.