Partner Webcasts - Oracle Database Security Inside-Out
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Mar 22, 2013
Most security programs are failing to adequately address database security. Customers continue to be challenged to secure information against loss and protect the integrity of sensitive information like critical financial data, personally identifiable information (PII) and credit card data for PCI compliance.
Industry data indicates only 25% of organizations are monitoring for unauthorized database change on most of their databases, much less able to prevent such security breaches. Similarly 70% of organizations have database auditing turned on, but the majority conduct a database audit less than once a year.
With Oracle's powerful database activity monitoring and blocking, privileged user and multi-factor access control, data classification, transparent data encryption, consolidated auditing and reporting, secure configuration management, and data masking, Oracle Partners can become a trusted advisor offering reliable data security solutions that do not require any changes to existing applications, saving time and money to customers.
Businesses not only have to protect sensitive information, but also monitor access to sensitive information for both compliance and potential threats. Avoid risky third-party solutions, and leverage the full potential of the #1 Database with 33 years of security innovations to safeguard data where it lives- in the database.
Join us for 2 webcasts on Database Security as we explore Oracle’s comprehensive database security and compliance solutions.
Part 1: Advanced Security and Database Vault - 04 April 2013 - 10.00 CET
- Encrypt Sensitive Application Data to protect against threats from outside the database and address privacy and compliance requirements using Oracle Advanced Security.
- Enforce operational controls inside the database to prevent default privileged user access to application data and address attacks from outside and inside the organization targeting these powerful accounts using Oracle Database Vault.
Part 2: Audit Vault and Database Firewall (AVDF) - Date: 11 April 2013 10.00am CET (GMT+1)
- Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall monitors Oracle and non-Oracle database traffic to detect and block unauthorized activity and potential internal/external threats, as well as improves compliance reporting by consolidating audit data from databases, operating systems, directories, and other sources.
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