2019! Can you believe it? The beginning of a new year always seems like a fresh start, a chance to visit new places and explore new subject areas. Many people opt for a New Year's resolution: getting in shape, being more productive at work, or meeting new people. Some of you may even make it a New Year's resolution to learn more about security, based on personal interest or your profession. If that's the case, you've come to the right place.
Along with my plan to eat more plant-based meals, I've decided to dive deeper into the world of security and challenge myself to learn more about the new advances industry wide and here at Oracle. If you are also looking to learn more about security, please read on.
Traveling in 2019?
If you are looking to take your security education on the road, join us for one of our Oracle Cloud Days in a city near you. This is a great opportunity to meet industry peers, learn about Oracle Cloud technologies, and map out a unique strategy for your cloud transformation. Access the Oracle Cloud Days registration page to sign up for dates in January and February!
Transforming the way you secure and manage your environment?
Cloud transformation strategies vary greatly depending on the needs of the individual organization. If your organization is rapidly adopting the cloud, it is important to understand your organization's responsibilities for security and compliance. Increasing visibility and strengthening IAM policies are critical to effectively secure your SaaS environments.
Evaluating new solutions?
According to the 2018 Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report, 87% of companies have a cloud first orientation. Cloud transformation is gradual, so even if your department has not yet made the switch, it is likely that your company is in the process. It is important to be well educated on the latest cloud security updates in order to become a thought leader within your department. If your interest is in learning more about Oracle Security, please take a moment to read a recent report published by Ovum, Oracle Bakes Security into its DNA. You may also be interested in taking the Cloud Security Alliance Top Threats to Cloud Computing 2018 survey and accessing the report.
Regardless of your 2019 security strategy, there are several ways to learn more about the latest updates in security. Whether you are looking to increase security around your SaaS deployments, your IaaS environments, or your hybrid cloud deployments - Oracle Security offers the agility and flexibility to improve security and compliance in your organization.