Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Security Working Group

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Introduction to the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Security Working Group

CSA Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Security Working Group seeks to develop best practices to enable organizations that run their business on large ERP implementations, such as SAP or Oracle applications, to securely migrate to and operate in cloud environments. Every ERP deployment is something that is unique to each organization. In most cases organizations spend months if not years customizing their SAP or Oracle implementations and also spend a significant amount of money with third party contractors to get the implementations done. This makes standard security measures more difficult to implement due to the differences of each deployment. With the complexity of these large implementations, combined with the criticality of data and processes housed in these applications, it is imperative that industry best practices be established to provide companies with security guidelines when migrating to the cloud in order to protect the organization’s critical infrastructure.

Scope and Responsibilities

Provide best practices for the safe and secure migration of complex ERP systems such as SAP and Oracle to the cloud. This includes best practices on defining SLAs with cloud service providers to understand who will be responsible for implementing security and providing reporting. Help organizations determine what security offerings are guaranteed by the cloud service provider they select to run these applications.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Security Working Group Leadership

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Security Co-chairs

Sebastian Bortnik

Sebastian Bortnik

Sebastian Bortnik is Head Of Resarch at Onapsis Inc., leading all the Research & Innovation initiatives of the leading vendor on ERP Security. He has been working on Research & Education on cyber attacks for the last ten years. Previous to joining Onapsis, he lead the Research & Technology team for an antivirus company in Latin America focused on malware analysis, cyber attacks research and professional services. He has written several articles and delivered many talks at different conferences around the world. He holds CISM certification on Information Security Management. He also leads a non-profit organization in Argentina focused on raising awareness within the community on how to prevent cyber attacks.

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