Thursday Sep 10, 2015

Database Security at OpenWorld, 2015 -- Security is Hot!

Cybersecurity is Hot! In fact, so is the weather here in California at this moment. I write this in sweltering 95 degree temperatures and wonder if October--coincidentally National Cyber Security Awareness month--will be as hot outside San Francisco's Moscone Halls (and surrounding buildings) as it will be inside. Join me at Oracle OpenWorld, October 25-27th to find out. 

We are very excited to offer our customers over 77 talks on security, including our latest database security innovations.

Plan your days accordingly to attend these hot database security focused sessions. 

 Monday, Oct 26

  • What’s New in Oracle Database Security [CON6819]
  • Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall—Detect Breaches and Prevent Attacks [CON8668]
  • Data Protection in an Oracle E-Business Suite Situation? Oracle Label Security Is the Answer [CON2075]

Tuesday, Oct 27

  • Oracle Database Maximum Security Architecture—Protecting Critical Data Assets [CON8803]
  • Mask and Subset Sensitive Data for Test/Dev Databases On Premises or in the Cloud [CON8625]
  • Database Security: Preventing and Detecting Privileged User Attacks [HOL10437]

Wednesday, Oct 28

  • Oracle Database Vault for Pluggable Databases [CON1922]
  • Encrypting Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 on Oracle Exadata Using TDE Functionality [CON2975]
  • Oracle Database Vault—Shrinking the Attack Surface for Your Application [CON8624]
  • Oracle Advanced Security—Enterprise-Grade Encryption for Your Sensitive Data [CON8563]
  • Minimize Security Risks by Masking and Subsetting Sensitive Data in Test and Developmen [HOL10507]

Thursday, Oct 29

  • Minimize Security Risks by Masking and Subsetting Sensitive Data in Test and Developmen [HOL10507]
  • Managing Advanced Security Database Encryption Keys with Oracle Key Vault [CON8562]
  • Oracle Database Security Customer Panel: Strategies and Best Practices [CON8655].

Get the details here with our focus on Database Security. And you can focus on all Security as well.  

Monday May 14, 2012

Best Practices for Database Privileged User Access Controls

Insider threats and stolen credentials continue to account for the greatest incidents of data breaches and loss. On May 30th, we'll be discussing database access control best practices for all database users, including highly privileged users using Oracle Database Vault. You'll learn how to enforce who can access what data, and when and how that data is accessed in order to prevent application bypass and enable secure database consolidation. You will also hear how Oracle customers use Oracle Database Vault and Oracle Database 11g to protect sensitive data and comply with regulatory mandates.

 To learn more, register for this, and our other Best Practices for Database Security and Compliance webcasts.

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