According to Digital Shadows and Onapsis, bad actors have the ability to mount attacks behind company firewalls, going deeper into business networks and gaining access to internal, previously inaccessible ERP systems. “While some executives still consider ‘behind-the-firewall’ ERP implementations to be protected, we have observed clear indicators of malicious activity targeting environments without direct internet connectivity,” researchers said.
Although vulnerabilities don’t appear to be related directly to SAP itself, the SAP version and its dependencies on the operating system and database may put it at risk. The risk comes in particularly when software versions are not maintained across all these areas.
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