DevOps aims to bring software development and maintenance closer to IT operations. It is designed to deliver new software features, enhancements to existing features, and bug fixes faster than traditional methods and with the same quality.
As a follow up to a previous post, join us for this blog to answer the question, "how do you ensure that an attacker cannot disable or corrupt your security detection framework?" Very simply, it is all about comprehensive monitoring and validation! In cybersecurity infrastructure, you must have a validation framework and lifecycle that develops and executes tests based on collected evidence.
Based on reader interest on how the Oracle SaaS Cloud Security (SCS) organization uses Oracle Labs PGX for our Automated SaaS Cloud Security Services (ASCSS) infrastructure, I wanted to follow up with an article on one of the advantages of using graph-powered security analytics. This posting describes how graphs make it very easy for incident responders or security engineers to analyze, investigate, and quickly identify the root cause of potential security issues or...
This week we wanted to share how Oracle’s SaaS Cloud Security (SCS) organization is always prepared to support our customers and provide reliable continuity of service. Service continuity is a key pillar of Oracle’s SaaS Cloud Security Services.
DDoS attacks can cause significant disruption for your organization. As many organizations transition to using Cloud services, it is important to understand what is and isn’t covered by your Cloud Provider.
Organizations moving to the cloud are seeing traditional network perimeters vanish, leaving their users vulnerable to social engineering and phishing, and their applications vulnerable to data breaches. Multi-factor authentication gives organizations a crucial layer of security, securing end-user credentials and administrator access to on-premises and SaaS applications.
Oracle Identity Cloud Service(IDCS) a component of OCI is a modernized Identity as a Service(IDaaS) platform that enables you to streamline and automate user identity life cycle management, simplify user access with standards based single sign on into both SaaS and enterprise apps, and also secures your applications with context based multi-factor authentication policies and an adaptive intelligence risk engine.
Welcome to the final article in my series, where we have been discussing “Enhancing EBS Security on OCI”. We have covered a lot of ground in this series, looking at a range of threats that need addressing for your EBS (or any enterprise) application being moved to the Cloud. In this article, we will be looking at the final threat on my list, Database Bypass.