Cloud Security Perspectives and Insights

  • October 18, 2018

Top 5 Things to Do at Oracle OpenWorld 2018

Negin Aminian
Product Marketing Manager


1. Hear about real stories from real customers

By attending customer case study sessions at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld, you’ll be able to hear from real companies on how Oracle helped them protect their users, apps, data, and infrastructure. Customers such as Marlette Funding and Wells Fargo, will walk you through how Oracle Security products helped with data loss prevention, antimalware, and more.

2. Learn by doing with hands-on labs

Although there are many great sessions, the best way to retain all the information is by doing. The hands-on sessions give you a unique experience and they touch on a range of topics. Learn how to detect advanced threats, enhance the security of your SaaS solutions, secure information in your cloud services, and much more.

3. Get social

The week can get very hectic with hundreds of different session, labs, keynotes, etc. to choose from, but you can follow @OracleSecurity on Twitter to keep updated throughout the week. We will be live tweeting certain sessions, alerting you on any changes, and much more. Also, the Oracle Security Blog will be posting insights throughout the week and even after OpenWorld. Be sure to take lots of photos and use #OOW18, we look forward to connecting!

4. Stop by

Be sure to stop by the demo booths featuring the different security products. In the security section we have demos of data security, such as encryption, masking, access controls, etc. If you are more interested in learning how you can monitor your mission-critical apps, visit the Oracle CASB Cloud Service demo booth. For even more, visit the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure area to learn how Oracle thinks about security from the core of infrastructure to the edge of the cloud. Visit the Demo List for more information and a booth map.

5. Must see

Some of the top security sessions include topics surrounding securing hybrid and multi-cloud environments at the Tips and Tricks for Security at Cloud Scale session [CAS3773] and the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report at The State of Cloud Security: Keeping Pace at Scale [BUS3774]. To go even beyond security, make sure to attend the Oracle Cloud: The Future is Autonomous session [GEN1229] for insight on how Oracle Cloud Platform can help your organization modernize, innovate, and cut costs.


Visit our Focus on Document for more information on all of the sessions and events around DBSec, Identity, OMC, CASB, Dyn, and Keynote sessions at OpenWorld.

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