In June, Oracle announced developments to its identity-based Security Operation Center cloud services that will enhance its portfolio’s sophisticated machine learning, artificial intelligence, and contextual awareness technologies.
“We are making a large investment in providing comprehensive security solutions that can help enterprises adapt, manage, and strengthen their security posture against external and internal risks,” said Peter Barker, senior vice president of Identity and Security at Oracle. “Our expertise in data science and machine learning enable Oracle to bring unique, scalable and dependable security services to customers transitioning workloads to Oracle Cloud or third-party clouds.”
Here, learn more about this announcement, plus what members of the C-suite must know about protecting their data.
Oracle Continues Innovation and Expansion of Cloud Security Offerings
Machine learning, AI, and context-aware technology bring depth and breadth to next-generation Identity Security Operation Center.
A Fintech Innovator's Race to the Cloud
Of course, lower costs and improved agility matter only if bank leaders and regulators are confident in cloud security.
Top 10 Strategic CIO Priorities for 2017
Now security is a compelling reason to move to cloud, as world-class security has become a core competency and value proposition of most major providers.
If members of the C-suite are enterprise caretakers, what role do they play in protecting the business? Find out what research reveals.
Best of Both Worlds
“Customers are now getting the pricing, flexibility, and scalability of the public cloud, but they have the ability to better meet their privacy, security, and regulatory requirements,” says Amit Zavery, senior vice president of Oracle Cloud Platform.
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