Do You Have a Database Security Plan?
Most organizations have a database disaster recovery plan, a database maintenance plan, and other plans related to operating their database. But surprisingly, most lack a database security plan. A secure database is a matter of both process and technology. A piecemeal approach to protecting your databases is not only costly and inefficient, but also results in gaps that leave your organization vulnerable to security and regulatory issues.
In this webcast, Noel Yuhanna, principal analyst at Forrester Research reveals how to design a cost-efficient, comprehensive database security plan addressing the critical areas of database security, save time and money by avoiding the pitfalls of point solutions, and safeguard your most valuable asset: your information.
Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Noel has more than 20 years of experience in the IT Industry, working for companies such as Exodus Communications, Amadahl and Giga prior to the Forrester acquisition. He has led groups responsible for planning and implementing mission-critical enterprise applications and has served as principal consultant, benchmark specialist, and data architect. He also has vast experience in implementing and supporting leading DBMSes and data management products.Roxana Bradescu
Sr. Director, Oracle
As senior director for Database Security Product Marketing, Roxana Bradescu is responsible for bringing Oracle's database security portfolio to market. She has more than 20 years of experience, and has held senior product marketing and management positions delivering consumer identity and authentication solutions, public key infrastructure, and other consumer and enterprise security hardware and software solutions at VeriSign, Excite@Home, and Sun Microsystems as well as at several startups.
- Oracle Corporation
- Nov 18, 2009, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)