Corporate databases are in constant danger. Outside criminals can exploit web applications and employees with malicious intent present an even greater threat. This webcast traces the steps involved in breaking into a database and presents a reference architecture and checklist for implementing iron-clad database security measures.
Oracle customers, TransUnion, CMC Markets, Diamond Resorts International and National Marrow Donor Program, discuss defense-in-depth database security with data encryption, privileged user access control, data masking, and consolidated auditing and reporting.
Try this IT download today and see how it can help increase your company's overall security by locating, examining and fixing security holes within your network. Try Application Security's easy to use and deploy AppDetective tool today.
As we ring in 2011 around the globe, we should also stop and take a look at PCI Compliance – to see where we've been, and discuss where it's headed. Hear from an expert panel of speakers and learn about tokenization, PCI DSS, and what version 2.0 will mean for the future.
Watch this brief video for an informative explanation of how Oracle Active Data Guard makes better use of the standby database to complement the functionality of the production database and significantly increase software and hardware return on investment.
Attend this live Webcast with Forrester Principal Analyst Noel Yuhanna to learn about best practices for protecting enterprise data from both external hackers and insiders such as privileged users and disgruntled employees.
Posted: 31 Jan 2008 | Premiered: Feb 13, 2008, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)
Due to PL/SQL and a range of other compatibilty features, Oracle applications are much more easily enabled for DB2. Use this short webcast to get level-set on terms. Part of a series, this short webcast replay is an overview of DB2 terms and terminology for those most familiar with the Oracle environment.