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Secure Oracle EBS

80% of enterprise organizations will tell you that their EBS system is secured and compliant

While everyone believes they are covered, our research data tells a different story: Organizations risk security and compliance exposure.
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  • 4 What EBS modules are you running?

Your EBS System Areas of Potential Security and Compliance Risk

Based on data of organizations similar to yours:
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Key security terms

What is CVE?

The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) system provides a reference-method for publicly known information-security vulnerabilities and exposures. Vulnerability - An information security "vulnerability" is a mistake in software that can be directly used by a hacker to gain access to a system or network. CVE considers a mistake a vulnerability if it allows an attacker to use it to violate a reasonable security policy for that system. Exposure – An information security "exposure" is a system configuration issue or a mistake in software that allows access to information or capabilities that can be used by a haker as a stepping-stone into a system or network. CVE considers a configuration issue or a mistake an exposure if it does not directly allow compromise but could be an important component of a successful attack, and is a violation of a reasonable security policy.

What is MTTP?

Mean Time to Patch (MTTP) characterizes the effectiveness of the patch management process by measuring the average time taken from date of patch release to installation in the organization for patches deployed during the metric time period. This metric serves as an indicator of the organization’s overall level of exposure to vulnerabilities by measuring the time the organization takes to address systems known to be in vulnerable states that can be remediated by security patches. This is a partial indicator as vulnerabilities may have no patches available or occur for other reasons such as system configurations.