Tips for Protecting Your Critical Applications and Data
The financial services industry is one of the industries with the highest number of cyber attacks - companies in this sector face a 300x greater risk of attack, according to a cyber security report by Boston Consulting Group. Why is that? Because hackers focus primarily on stealing sensitive data to gain a financial advantage. And the financial industry in particular is all about sensitive data. This also means that not only is the frequency of attack higher, but so are the potential consequences, given the heavy regulation and compliance requirements around all of that sensitive data.
Much of this sensitive data and supporting business processes run on the business’s critical CRM, HR, ERP, and finance applications, like those from SAP, Oracle, and Salesforce. To protect your organization from cyber attack and avoid the high costs of a data breach or non-compliance, you need to identify what risk currently lies in your existing application environment and understand how to act on it.
In our webinar, we will discuss cyber threats in the financial services industries and how you can protect your SAP, Oracle, and Salesforce applications from them. Key takeaways:
• Get insights into how threat actors target business-critical applications
• Understand the current threat landscape for business-critical applications
• Learn how to secure your on-premises and cloud applications
Chief Innovation Officer
Reza Mehman drives and forces new innovative initiatives and projects at Onapsis. His role spans from defining and executing the Onapsis innovation strategy, to project management of new products, especially related to SAP cloud business. Additionally, he is the Product Owner of the “Security-as-a-Service” application, which enables customers to easily scan their ABAP code and SAP Transports for vulnerabilities via a cloud service.
Previously, Reza was the founder & CEO of a sports technology company focusing on building software applications on the SAP Cloud Platform.