ATG Live Webcast June 28: Scrambling Sensitive Data in EBS 12 Cloned Environments

Securing the Oracle E-Business Suite includes protecting the underlying E-Business data in production and non-production databases.  While steps can be taken to provide a secure configuration to limit EBS access, a better approach to protecting non-production data is simply to scramble (mask) the data in the non-production copy.  

The Oracle E-Business Suite Template for Data Masking Pack can be used in situations where confidential or regulated data needs to be shared with other non-production users who need access to some of the original data, but not necessarily every table.  Examples of non-production users include internal application developers or external business partners such as offshore testing companies, suppliers or customers.

The Oracle E-Business Suite Template for Data Masking Pack is applied to a non-production environment with the Enterprise Manager Grid Control Data Masking Pack.  When applied, the Oracle E-Business Suite Template for Data Masking Pack will create an irreversibly scrambled version of your production database for development and testing. This ATG Live Webcast is your chance to come learn about the Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3 Template for Data Masking Pack from the experts.

Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3 Template for Data Masking

Example of Data Masking from Production to Non-Production Instance
The agenda for the Oracle E-Business Suite Template for Data Masking Pack webcast includes the following topics:

  • What does data masking do in E-Business Suite environments?
    • De-identify the data
    • Mask sensitive data
    • Maintain data validity
  • How can EBS customers use data masking?
  • References

Join Eric Bing, Senior Director and Elke Phelps, Senior Principal Product Manager, as they discusses the Oracle E-Business Suite Template for Data Masking Pack.

Date:                  Thursday, June 28, 2012
Time:                 8:00AM Pacific Standard Time
Presenters:     Eric Bing, Senior Director
                           Elke Phelps, Senior Principal Product Manager

Webcast Registration Link (Preregistration is optional but encouraged)

To hear the audio feed:
    Domestic Participant Dial-In Number:           877-697-8128
    International Participant Dial-In Number:      706-634-9568
Additional International Dial-In Numbers Link:
    Dial-In Passcode:                                              100865

To see the presentation:
    The Direct Access Web Conference details are:
    Website URL: https://ouweb.webex.com
    Meeting Number:  591170639

If you miss the webcast, or you have missed any webcast, don't worry -- we'll post links to the recording as soon as it's available from Oracle University.  You can monitor this blog for pointers to the replay. And, you can find our archive of our past webcasts and training here.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email Bill Sawyer (Senior Manager, Applications Technology Curriculum) at BilldotSawyer-AT-Oracle-DOT-com.

Comments:

We tried using distinct Users/Password but getting the following:

Warning : Error in processing request.
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Posted by Rawish Siddiqui on June 23, 2012 at 06:39 AM PDT #

We're having the same error as Rawish:

Warning : Error in processing request.
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You do not have the privileges to perform this action.

Posted by Matheus Soares on June 25, 2012 at 07:52 AM PDT #

Question: How long will be this session?

Posted by Matheus Soares on June 25, 2012 at 07:56 AM PDT #

I am sorry you have had problems with pre-registration. Please know that we are aware of the problems, and we are taking steps to try to resolve them. This is not an uncommon problem for some Oracle.com accounts.

I have posted the direct connection information for the ATG Live Webcast in the announcement. You can use that to connect to the event.

Posted by Bill Sawyer on June 25, 2012 at 08:17 AM PDT #

The session is scheduled for 1 hour, with 45 minutes for the presentation and up to 15 minutes for live Q&A.

Posted by Bill Sawyer on June 25, 2012 at 08:19 AM PDT #

I also got the Warning : Error in processing request.
Then, when I put in the meeting number 599097152 in webex, it tells me:
The meeting starts at 7:30 am, India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30), on June 28, 2012. Please try joining this meeting again at that time.

so it looks like this is the wrong meeting#.

Posted by guest on June 27, 2012 at 12:47 PM PDT #

The ATG Live Webcast is not until Thursday at 8am PST. The conference will open up at 7:30am PST to allow folks to get connected. I am not sure why you have information that is different. I have check the connection information on my end, and all the numbers are correct.

Posted by Bill Sawyer on June 27, 2012 at 01:05 PM PDT #

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