Database Security at Oracle Open World
By Roxana Bradescu on Oct 11, 2009
This year was a first. Today the first session in the IOUG track on the first day of Oracle Open World was all about data security. I think it really shows the increasing awareness among the Oracle Database community around data security. The session was a panel discussion on the 2009 IOUG Data Security Report published last week. The panel moderated by Andy Flower, IOUG Executive Vice President, included Tanya Baccam who teaches a great class on Oracle Database Security for SANS, Kim Floss, former IOUG President and Manager of Enterprise Database Services at Pepsi, and myself for Oracle. We had a very interactive discussion with really good questions and feedback from the audience. The session was recorded so will put up a link when available for those who couldn't make it out this year.
For those of you who attending Oracle Open World World this week,download the FocusOn Database Security schedule for database security sessions and workshops. I will be attending all days and hope to have an opportunity to meet many of you in person.