Oracle OpenWorld has hit the road this year, moving across the globe to several cities and will be landing in Singapore March 26th-27th. If you are registered to this sold out event, here are a few great sessions to catch. If you were not able to attend, please be sure to check back for more blogs with recaps on these sessions and the latest Oracle Security updates.
For those of you in attendance, you are in for an action packed two days with several focus areas you can zero in on. If you are interested in learning more about security, consider these sessions:
1) Navigating the Technology Revolution- Security and Compliance in the Cloud
Tuesday, March 26th | 2:35 pm - 3:10 pm | Main Stage (Level 5) - Marina Bay Sands
Join Eran Feigenbaum, Chief Security Officer, Oracle, Steve Daheb, Senior Vice President, Oracle Cloud and Fernanda Kroup, Managing Director, Corporate Research and Consulting for Eurasia Group as they discuss their point of view on the technology revolution and how it pertains to security in the cloud.
2) Role of Security and Privacy in Globalized Society - Threats, Implications and Outcomes
Wednesday, March 27th | 1:05 pm - 1:40 pm | Arena 4 (Level 3) - Marina Bay Sands
This panel of security experts will discuss topics around threats organizations are facing today and the potential threats they may battle against in the future. This discussion on 'the next security threat' is sure to be thought provoking and provide a glance into the future of security and privacy around the world.
3) Introducing Oracle's Data Security Cloud Service for Oracle Databases
Wednesday, March 27th | 1:05 pm - 1:40 pm | Forum 3 (Level 5) - Marina Bay Sands
A secure infrastructure, data encryption by default, and automated patching make Oracle Databases in the Oracle Cloud secure, but there are risks associated with customers controlling access and monitoring the use of data. Join Russ Lowenthal, Director of Product Management for Database Security, as he introduces Data Security Cloud Service and its data security management capabilities.
4) Security in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure: Core to Edge Protection
Wednesday, March 27th | 3:30 pm - 4:05 pm | Arena 9 (Level 3) - Marina Bay Sands
Join Laurent Gil, Evangelist and Security Architect for OCI, as he explains the need for organizations to adopt a core-to-edge security strategy in order to deal with the complex and varied threat landscape. Data breaches and security-related outages have huge negative impacts on organizations, but this session will detail how an approach that extends from the core infrastructure to the user edge will help protect your organization.
Check out the content overview for a list of all the sessions, spanning a variety of topics.