Security for Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

  title={Security for Enterprise Resource Planning Systems},
  author={Wei She and Bhavani M. Thuraisingham},
  journal={Information Systems Security},
  pages={152 - 163}
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the technology that provides the unified business function to the organization by integrating the core processes. ERP now is experiencing the transformation that will make it highly integrated, more intelligent, more collaborative, web-enabled, and even wireless. The ERP system is becoming the system with high vulnerability and high confidentiality in which the security is critical for it to operate. Many ERP vendors have already integrated their security… 

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    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
  • 2020
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