Today we are introducing Oracle Internet Routing 3D Visualization as part of our Safer Internet Initiative to increase the public’s understanding of internet routing events such as BGP leaks and hijacks.
In this post, I want to compare the value and detection results of antivirus endpoint agents in datacenters, server systems, and SaaS environments to that of other security detection tools and techniques. Some people claim antivirus is only used and installed to meet audit and compliance requirements for certifications. At Oracle, the SaaS Cloud Security (SCS) team believes antivirus tools provide a necessary, clear defense in depth solution in SaaS environments. If you’ve...
For the second consecutive year, Oracle is offering customers the opportunity to attend OpenWorld events around the globe, beginning with Oracle OpenWorld Middle East in Dubai this week. If you are planning to attend and interested in learning more about security, please be sure to mark the following sessions on your calendar!
How well would your organization fare in the face of a full-blown cyber attack? If that question makes your palms sweat and your eyes shift, read on for some lessons we’ve learned at Oracle about penetration testing and red teams.
The time has come to say goodbye to 2019 as we head into 2020! What a decade it has been, and this year in particular has had some shining moments. I'd like to take a moment to highlight our best Cloud Security blogs of 2019.
As we look back across 2019, organizations saw a tremendous increase in not only the use of cloud for business, but the valuation of the data and applications hosted in the cloud. These predictions highlight what many organizations will experience in 2020 when they focus only on secure strategies, and not placing a greater focus on the inclusion of a security-minded culture.
We strive to build security into our applications and services in every phase of the DevSecOps engineering cycle. In this post, I want to address how the distributed engineering teams and the central security teams can join forces in the testing phase. I also want to discuss the advantage of their combined efforts in the DevSecOps model shown below.