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Oracle Security

7 most read blog posts of 2016

In 2016, we covered a range variety of topics from the analysis of cybersecurity incidents associated with business applications to practical advises on how to secure your system. We decided to begin the new year with an overview of the most popular ERPScan’s blog posts of 2016.
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2016 State of Business application security

In the wake of several high-profile incidents involving business applications over the outgoing year, there is an increasing focus on business software security. In this blog post, we gathered together the milestones of this topic for 2016.

The list of critical incidents and significant statistics is endless, but we decided to focus on 5 major facts:

1. The first-ever US-CERT alert on SAP Vulnerability;
2. Potential attacks against critical infrastructure via vulnerabilities in business applications;
3. The number of SAP Vulnerabilities identified per year is high; 4. SAP threat landscape has grown;
5. Oracle MICROS hack compromises data of 330,000 customer sites around the world.
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Oracle MICROS Breach. What are the consequences?

Oracle’s Cash Register System may have fallen victim to a hack conducted by a cybercriminal group. This news made headlines two weeks ago. Although we got used to such buzz in the media, this breach is not another cybersecurity horror story in the steady stream.
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Oracle’s Security in Silicon and secure cloud – how secure is it?

I spent this morning reviewing materials about Oracle’s Security in Silicon. Well, in general, the idea to secure a platform from a low level makes sense. But to do so we need to design the hardware from the scratch, new type of OS for it, and so on. All these things must be completely redesigned to prevent architecture design vulnerabilities such as buffer overflow.
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