It’s that familiar IT analogy that “Elvis has left the building” in the context of, your enterprise data has left your data center, and is now in the cloud. It’s more true than ever before. What we are seeing instead is the rush to cloud, without all the pieces in place, is leading to heartbreaking results when increased risk is transferred into the cloud and amplified.
This week marks the kick-off of Oracle’s Modern Customer Experience Conference (MBX). This includes a phenomenal collection of attendees, partners and solution providers all centered around business-critical cloud solutions such as ERP, HCM, SCM and CX. While these solutions are built around amazingly sound, secure, high performing cloud environments, there is always opportunity for fraud and risk that require a second look at the controls we place around these platforms.
Many know Brian Jensen (KPMG) and I as the co-authors behind the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report that we publish each year. No, we are not related, but we share a common concern from two unique perspectives. My cyber background paired with his background in ERP risk controls. Together we have been able to help elevate the conversation around what are the risks we are seeing around today’s business critical applications and how should businesses prepare?
Below are a few of the topics Brian and I will discuss in April as KPMG hosts their ERP Risk Series: Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2019. Register for this now!
This week is a busy week for many at Oracle’s MBX. Make sure you register for next month’s session with Oracle and KPMG as we walk thru some of the key findings in the new Cloud Threat Report, and what we learned that will change the way you approach your upcoming enterprise application strategy.