Monday Jul 16, 2012

IOUG 2012 Enterprise Data Security Survey Results

-- Please note: the date of this webcast has been changed to August 30, 2012 ---

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), the leading association of Oracle database and technology professionals, recently surveyed its members to determine the current state of enterprise data security. The survey covers all aspects of database security from access controls to activity monitoring and blocking, top security threats, and more. Join Oracle and IOUG security experts on July 26 as they share the latest survey results and discuss what organizations can learn from this comprehensive analysis to better combat security risks.

Register for the webcast and learn about

  • Key findings of the Enterprise Data Security Survey
  • Improving database security – enterprise-wide
  • Mitigating the risk of data breaches

Monday Jul 09, 2012

Lockdown Your Database Security

A new article in Oracle Magazine outlines a comprehensive defense-in-depth approach for appropriate and effective database protection. There are multiple ways attackers can disrupt the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data and therefore, putting in place layers of defense is the best measure to protect your sensitive customer and corporate data.

“In most organizations, two-thirds of sensitive and regulated data resides in databases,” points out Vipin Samar, vice president of database security technologies at Oracle. “Unless the databases are protected using a multilayered security architecture, that data is at risk to be read or changed by administrators of the operating system, databases, or network, or hackers who use stolen passwords to pose as administrators. Further, hackers can exploit legitimate access to the database by using SQL injection attacks from the Web. Organizations need to mitigate all types of risks and craft a security architecture that protects their assets from attacks coming from different sources.”

Tuesday Jul 03, 2012

SANS Webcast: Label Based Access Controls in Oracle Database 11g

Controlling access to data subsets within an application table can be difficult and inefficient especially when faced with specific data ownership, consolidation and multi-tenancy requirements. However, this can be elegantly addressed using label based access control (LBAC). In this webcast you will learn how LBAC using Oracle Label Security and Oracle Database 11g can easily enforce row-level access based on user security clearance. In addition, Oracle security experts will discuss real world case studies demonstrating how customers, in industries ranging from retail to government, are relying on Oracle Label Security for virtual information partitioning and secure consolidation of information.

 Register for the July 12 webcast now.

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