To unlock the real value of data, businesses need to use it and “interact” with it in some way. Unlocking your data can create operational risk such as someone leaving the door open, abusing data access privileges, or not knowing where and what kind of data is being accessed. To help customers protect data and reduce this operational risk, Oracle recently introduced Oracle Data Safe, read here to learn more.
The Database Security Development and Product Management teams are happy to announce Oracle Key Vault 12.2, bundle patch 10. This new release update brings increased efficiency and improved security to your organization.
Data Safe helps organizations identify sensitive data and mask it for use in partner or development environments. It also alerts on risky users and unsafe system configurations; and monitors database activity to let organizations quickly discover suspicious attempts to access their data.
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.
In the area of security, we continue our innovations to improve the self-securing capabilities. Many customers have already been excited about self-patching capabilities, freeing up their DBAs to focus on more strategic projects. Tune in to our newest On-demand webcast around Autonomous Database and Data Safe.
With Data Safe Activity Auditing, you can monitor user activities on Oracle Cloud databases, collect and retain audit records (per industry and regulatory compliance requirements), and trigger alerts for unusual activity. You can audit sensitive data changes, administrator and user activities, and other activities recommended by the Center for Internet Security.
Do you want to extract actionable insights from your data? Do you want to make smarter business decisions and gain strategic advantage over your competitors? Do you worry about how to maximize the value of your data without putting it at risk and increasing the compliance boundary? If so, join our upcoming webcast, Eliminating Risk from Non-Production Databases with Oracle
In Part 5 of the Enhancing EBS series, we discuss the benefits of the Oracle Database and the security capabilities built into the database as well as additional security options that will help you mitigate risks.
The first step in securing a database is understanding the current state of that database.You need to know how it is configured, who the users are, and what kind of data the system contains. Oracle Data Safe helps with that, allowing you to easily analyze your database’s configuration, survey your database users for risk, discover what types of sensitive data are in your database, and how much of that data is being stored. This blog will focus on the assessment capabilities...