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The Growing Risk of Relying on Dated SAP/Oracle Security Strategies
February 9th 2023, 1 PM – 2 PM CT, Successfully Held
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Here’s what we discussed:
Have you fully secured all your applications, databases, and middleware from Oracle and SAP?
Reliance on dated, one-dimensional security strategies such as software vendor critical patch updates (CPUs) that typically do not detect or help respond to attacks is insufficient to achieve reasonable security. In fact, relying solely on software vendor CPUs can create a dangerously false sense of security, as many licensees do not apply all vendor patches.
Companies are now moving to a “layered” application and database security strategy to protect known and unknown vulnerabilities from a constantly evolving threat landscape.
Gabe Dimeglio, GVP & General Manager, Rimini Protect, and Barry Ghotra, Vice President – Security Innovation, Rimini Street, lead a roundtable discussion with infosec leaders on how layered application and database security can protect IT assets against known and unknown vulnerabilities and zero-day threats.
Vice President – Cyber Security | Innovation | Technology Leader | Mentor, Rimini Street
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