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3 Ways Attackers Will Own Your SAP
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User Rank: Apprentice
5/12/2015 | 3:46:37 PM
Re: Packet Storm Reports
Hi Christian,

Thanks for your insight! It's nice to see that this issue is becoming recognized in the industry. We have been working on many high-profile SAP Incident Response projects and we are seeing more public breaches surfacing. The threat is real and we are working to educate our customers and the market of the best way to respond.



Mariano Nunez

CEO | Onapsis Inc.

User Rank: Ninja
5/8/2015 | 10:58:24 PM
Packet Storm Reports
I first noticed Onapsis reports piling up on Packet Storm. I don't get to Black Hat and SAP has never been part of my work environment. However, I know lots of folks surrounded by SAP and I'm curious to hear feedback from them.  Some of these reports are rather concerning and SAP is ubiquitous in government and other public organizations.

I think this is a good example of how solid vulnerability research and documentation/publication can lend to application improvement. It's not overwhelming, but I am seeing SAP techs starting to address reports and what is being done to respond to them. Teams like Onapsis are important to the long-term health of InfoSec being seen as a needed discipline.  I hope we see more security teams contributing ti InfoSec in this way and really making a difference. 

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