Organizations are losing the cyber war. They can no longer rely on manual threat detection and respond to address today's sophisticated attacks. Additionally, organizations are finding it hard to keep pace with the volume of security alerts and growing scale of users, apps, and data. In fact, 51% of organizations say that they are unable to analyze the majority of their event data, (Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2018). Organizations need to address these challenges with autonomous security. Join us at RSA Conference 2018 from July 25-27 in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands to discuss all these topics and more.
Visit Oracle at Booth #1203, Marina Bay Sands, Sands Ballroom, Level 5
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Learn More about the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2018
The Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2018 is the inaugural global survey of cloud security challenges, threats, and insights from security practitioners and decisions makers. This report compiles the findings from organizations across the globe that center on one common theme: that the cloud has created a strategic imperative to keep pace at scale.
Attend our Keynote Session
The Impact of Autonomous Security in today’s Threat Landscape (DETAILS)
July 26, 2018 | 2:55 pm - 3:15 pm | Marina Bay Sands, Roselle Simpor Ballroom, Level 4
Speaker: Amit Zavery, Executive Vice President, Cloud Platform
Abstract: The combination of sophisticated external attacks, and insufficient security skills in the industry, has intensified the challenges that enterprises face in the race to protect their core information assets. Combined with the move to Cloud and SaaS, the status quo is just not sustainable. Join Amit Zavery, EVP, Oracle Corporation in this keynote, as he shares the findings of the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2018, introduces the concept of Autonomous Security, and provides insights into how enterprises can be empowered to revolutionize and re-imagine their approach to information security and safeguarding their highly sensitive data.