Closing the Security Gap: 2012 IOUG Data Security Survey Report
sponsored by Oracle Corporation

As organizations spread outward beyond traditional walls and data volumes crank up, new security concerns are arising both within and beyond the data center.

The Independent Oracle Users Group recently conducted a survey of 350 DBAs and other data pros at mostly large enterprises including IT service providers, financial services, education, and government agencies to determine their progress in 3 key areas of database security:

  1. Prevention (encryption, masking, privileged user controls)
  2. Detection (activity monitoring, network logging, database firewalls, auditing)
  3. And administration (database lifecycle and configuration management).

Check out this paper to explore the study’s results and compare your organization’s ability to handle today’s top enterprise security challenges.

Find out if you’re prioritizing the most important issues and/or taking the right measures to protect your organization now and in the near future.  

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