KuppingerCole Review: Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall

| May 28, 2013

Learn what one of Europe’s leading analysts have to say

KuppingerCole’s review of Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall discusses how this new product monitors Oracle and non-Oracle database traffic to detect and block threats, as well as improves compliance reporting by consolidating audit data from databases, operating systems, directories, (more...)

Join Us at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, June 10

| May 22, 2013

Oracle will be a Silver sponsor at this year's Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in Maryland, and showcasing Oracle Database Security solutions. Stop by to meet and interact with Oracle Security experts throughout the event.

Strategic Roadmaps to Secure the Enterprise and Reduce Risk

As the premier gathering of enterprise (more...)

Oracle Database Security at Microsoft TechEd 2013

| May 15, 2013

Join Oracle at Microsoft TechEd North America 2013 in New Orleans, June 3-6. Oracle will demonstrate its latest database software for Windows, including Oracle Database, MySQL, database activity monitoring and auditing, and more.

Monitor Database Activity, Block Threats, and Efficiently Audit

Hear from Oracle Security experts and discover how Oracle (more...)

New Study Reveals Security Spending Not Protecting the Right Assets

Despite widespread belief that database breaches represent the greatest security risk to their business, organizations continue to devote a far greater share of their security resources to network assets rather than database assets, according to a new report, An Inside Out Approach to Enterprise Security, issued by CSO and (more...)

Oracle OpenWorld Early-Bird Pricing in Effect Through July 19!

Come join us at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco and save $500 off the on-site price by registering by July 19. Early-Bird registrants have the best selection of rooms at Oracle official conference hotels, earliest access to the schedule tool to secure a place in the sessions that matter most (more...)

Demo of Oracle Data Masking Using Enterprise Manager 12c

Data masking, also known as data scrambling or data anonymization, is the process of obscuring sensitive information copied from a production database to a test or non-production database. Data masking is ideal for confidential or regulated data that needs to be shared with non-production users who require access to the (more...)

Oracle Database Security Solutions Help Secure Ellucian Banner Data

Oracle customers Cornell University, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Columbia University are just some of the higher education institutions using Oracle Database Security solutions to protect their sensitive financial, faculty, and student data. To help these types of organizations more, Ellucian recently announced Ellucian’s Banner Data Defense (more...)

Securing Enterprise Data in Private Clouds

| Mar 27, 2013
Since two thirds of sensitive data in most organizations resides in databases, consolidation onto private clouds represent an opportunity to improve information security and compliance. Consolidation enables organizations to replace insecure data silos, and reduce the cost and scope of data security initiatives. Oracle helps organizations control and monitor access, (more...)

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| Mar 21, 2013

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Q&A: Ontario Commissioner and Leading Privacy Expert Dr. Ann Cavoukian

Dr. Ann Cavoukian is both Ontario's information and privacy commissioner and (more...)

Oracle OpenWorld Call for Papers

| Mar 19, 2013

Oracle OpenWorld call for speaking proposals is now open. Take the stage at one of the biggest IT conferences of the year and take part in shaping the IT discussion of today and tomorrow. Through the year, we keep hearing about how Oracle Database Security customers are looking to hear (more...)