Analyst Webcast: Securing Oracle Databases Made Easy
- Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
- Pete Finnigan
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Securing Oracle Databases Made Easy
It's not enough to put up network-based defenses against attackers seeking to compromise vital databases, extract confidential information or simply embarrass your company. Database security must be wrapped around the data itself, and work with existing tools as well as the database engine. Oracle Database Vault takes advantage of built-in features of the Oracle ecosystem, and provides a holistic approach to data security management. This webcast will cover our reviewer's first-hand experience with implementing and using Oracle Database Vault, and explore some of its most interesting features.
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Pete Finnigan is an expert in helping customers--big and small--secure data held in their Oracle databases, who has worked tirelessly for more than 10 years exclusively developing methods, free tools and publishing his research and knowledge on Oracle security. Pete is the author of the very popular and respected SANS Oracle Security Step by Step guide, which was used as the basis for the Center for Internet Security Oracle benchmark; he is no stranger to helping set the standards used throughout the world to secure data held in Oracle databases. Pete runs his own Oracle security consulting company PeteFinnigan.com Limited and the very popular website http://www.petefinnigan.com backing his business, which provides consultancy in all areas of securing data in Oracle databases, including security auditing, audit trail designs and detailed training courses, as well as products to secure IPR in Oracle database source code (PFCLOBfuscate - http://www.pfclobfuscate.com) and a powerful database security scanner for Oracle databases (PFCLScan - http://www.pfclscan.com). Pete is also well known as a popular speaker on the subject of Oracle security around the world, at both Oracle user conferences and pure security conferences, including the UKOUG and BlackHat.