Thursday Apr 09, 2015

Consuming web-services via secured connection with self-signed certificate from MAF application

Most common way to expose existing services from enterprise applications to mobile environment is using SOAP and REST (JSON, XML) services for consuming data. However before our solution usually goes to production we perform testing in development and test environments. In some cases these environments could use self-signed certificates for secured connection. For instance, if we deploy our service to WebLogic Server it could be self-signed certificate which is automatically generated during default domain creation and must be replaced with signed certificate in production environment. I would like to remind that self-signed certificate is an identity certificate that is signed by the same entity whose identity it certifies unlike signed certificate which is issued by trusted Certificate Authority (e.g. VeriSign, Comodo, Symantec etc.). Signed digital certificates are definitely mandatory, if you are going to do any commercial transactions and any other operations with privacy data in your solution.

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Thursday Mar 05, 2015

Oracle Information Security Partner Community Forum - March 26-27, 2015

Oracle Information Security
Partner Community

Forum

March 26-27, 2015

Nowadays, security is one of the hottest trends in the IT industry, drawing a lot of attention from the Software Community. Oracle has a wide portfolio of security solutions that range from Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions that help enterprises to secure their key content and prevent loss of information to the most secure Database Options that allow you to protect your most critical assets.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity and join us in Paris to find out more about Oracle's most advanced security solutions and the latest cloud based services.

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Saturday Jan 24, 2015

Partner Webcast – Oracle Mobile Security Suite for Mobile Applications

E-Book: Security Architecture for the New Digital Experience
As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, the need for organizations to control access and protect company data on mobile devices has become more critical than ever. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is the new mobile security imperative and every organization will need to adopt internal policies to allow employees the flexibility to use personal devices for work purposes.
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Friday Mar 07, 2014

Introducing Real Database Security for Web Applications

Webcast: Securing Your Business Inside OutOracle Database 12c provides multi-layered security spanning preventive, detective, and administrative controls. Amongst others, Oracle Database 12c provides a new declarative and granular authorization model with the introduction of the Real Application Security feature. Oracle Database 12c Real Application Security (RAS) provides a declarative model that enables security policies that encompass not only the business objects being protected but also the principals (users and roles) that have permissions to operate on those business objects. RAS is more secure, scalable, and cost effective than traditional Oracle virtual private database technology, as it applies security policies at the database layer. So those policies are applied to the data and is not relying on the security built in into an application (like VPD). [Read More]

Tuesday Sep 24, 2013

Oracle Database 12c Free New Features

Customer’s needs today are unlimited since all the customers and their end users are looking forward to have the latest technology. They are already used to and they want to use it for business, anywhere at any time.This approach requires a modernization process aligned with the latest technology, also handling the explosion of data, the added security and performance requirements and so on. Modernization needs to start from the core, where the data are kept.

What is Driving Modernization?

Higher Management and in general the business owners are concerned with managing risk, controlling costs and focused on growth.  Hence the ability to deal with:

  • Increased Customer Expectation
  • Accelerated information growth
  • Business complexity

Database Consolidation and DBaaS are modernization solutions and allow IT to move away from being labeled as another Cost Center to becoming an important Business Enabler.

Let's review what Oracle Database 12c is offering assisting us to move forward to new offerings and more capabilities. 

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Thursday Sep 12, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Database 12c: Reducing Upgrade Risk Using Oracle Products - 26 Sept 2013

Oracle Database 12c includes exciting new features such as the Oracle Multitenant option, Oracle Active Data Guard Far Sync, information lifecycle management enhancements and new data types just to name a few.

Anyone wishing to take advantage of these and other new features will need to upgrade their existing databases to the latest Oracle Database 12c. Upgrading the database is a task that Database Administrators plan for, ahead of time, with great caution. This is because of the risk involved in upgrading a production system. This risk can be summarized in the following question:

How will the application(s) hosted by the database behave next to the upgrade?


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