WEBINAR 16.04.2021, 16:00-17:30
Protecting your data with Oracle Database Security
Given that data is worth money, it’s only natural that someone is going to try and steal it. Remember, if it has value to YOU, chances are good that it has value to someone else.
There are a LOT of tools out there for an attacker to use, and many of them are very high quality, and well automated. Data theft is big business, and there is a rich infrastructure of tool and service providers to the data theft industry.
During the webinar, Oracle experts will talk about tools to protect your data and share the best practices.
WEBINAR 16.04.2021, 16:00 - 17:30
ORACLE DATABASE SECURITY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
If you are on the internet, there is always a probability of getting hacked. And If you have data, there is always a possibility of a data breach.
Hackers exploit the weaknesses and gaps in your security posture to steal your data. Some of the common gaps they exploit are on the left hand side from stealing unencrypted data, attacking an unpatched system to stealing administrator credentials to doing lateral attacks using the network.
Oracle does a lot to help protect your data – we encrypt it, patch the operating systems and databases that host the data, lock down the network, implement strong access controls to block administrator snooping, and much more.
You'll get information about the tools needed to understand what’s going on in your database and to complete your part of the database security picture.
16:00-16:05 Greetings from the experts
16:05-16:30 Oracle Database Security - Tools to Protect Your Data
16:30-16:50 Data Security for Oracle Database
16:50-17:20 Successful implementations examples
Senior Technology Solution Engineer,
Oracle Technology Architect,
Epsilon improves availability and security with Oracle
Epsilon leverages Transparent Data Encryption to protect customer data, Active Data Guard to improve uptimes, Oracle Sharding to scale databases, and Active Directory integration to reduce user passwords.
The webinar will be interesting for:
- IT directors, CIO, CTO, CISO
- IT department heads
- IT managers
- IT engineers
- IT infrastructure managers
- Directors and business owners
- CEO, CxO
- Heads of departments
- Business Development Managers