Protect Your APEX Application PL/SQL Source Code

Oracle Application Express is a great rapid application development tool where you can write your applications functionality in PL/SQL and create the interface easily in the APEX UI using all of the tools available to create forms and reports and....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 21/07/15 At 04:27 PM

Oracle Security and Electronics

How does Oracle Security and Electronic mix together? - Well I started my working life in 1979 as an apprentice electrician in a factory here in York, England where I live. The factory designed and built trains for the national....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 09/07/15 At 11:24 AM

New Conference Speaking Dates Added

In the last few years I have not done as many conference speaking dates as I used to. This is simply because when offered they usually clashed with pre-booked work. I spoke for the UKOUG in Dublin last year and....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 06/07/15 At 09:40 AM

Happy 10th Belated Birthday to My Oracle Security Blog

Make a Sad Face..:-( I seemed to have missed my blogs tenth which happened on the 20th September 2014. My last post last year and until very recently was on July 23rd 2014; so actually its been a big gap....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 03/07/15 At 11:28 AM

Oracle Database Vault 12c Paper by Pete Finnigan

I wrote a paper about Oracle Database Vault in 12c for SANS last year and this was published in January 2015 by SANS on their website. I also prepared and did a webinar about this paper with SANS. The Paper....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 30/06/15 At 05:38 PM

Unique Oracle Security Trainings In York, England, September 2015

I have just updated all of our Oracle Security training offerings on our company website. I have revamped all class pages and added two page pdf flyers for each of our four training classes. In have also updated the list....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 25/06/15 At 04:36 PM

Coding in PL/SQL in C style, UKOUG, OUG Ireland and more

My favourite language is hard to pin point; is it C or is it PL/SQL? My first language was C and I love the elegance and expression of C. Our product PFCLScan has its main functionallity written in C. The....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 23/07/14 At 08:44 PM

Integrating PFCLScan and Creating SQL Reports

We were asked by a customer whether PFCLScan can generate SQL reports instead of the normal HTML, PDF, MS Word reports so that they could potentially scan all of the databases in their estate and then insert either high level....[Read More]

Posted by Pete On 25/06/14 At 09:41 AM