Too often, security is considered as an afterthought and only included in the last phase of project design. This leads to security silos as managers adopt point solutions—often from different vendors—to address individual security requirements. As they attempt to integrate those solutions in-house, they will likely find the cost of integration can be greater than the cost of the point solutions put together.
At this month's Oracle Security Summit, scheduled for January 17, 2012 in Hong Kong, learn more about how choosing a platform of reintegrated components can save up to 48 percent when compared to the point solution approach. It will also improve enterprise security and minimize audit exposure. Here, find out more about the upcoming summit, and Oracle's solutions for keeping your enterprise safe in 2012.
Register for Oracle Security Summit Learn more about implementing a roadmap and adopting a framework that takes into account key security principles such as “defense in depth,” “separation of duties,” “least privileges” and more. By taking this approach to security, you can ensure the components of your security architecture address all business critical information and are driven by the requirements of the business.
Video: Stress Test Almost 50 percent of companies use production data for development and testing, but only 22 percent have a process for de-identifying that data. See one example of what could go wrong.
Oracle OpenWorld Wrap-Up: Key Security Trends and Product Announcements As cloud, mobile, and social computing continue to transform the IT landscape, it's no surprise that security played a bigger role than ever at this year's Oracle OpenWorld conference. Highlights included the announcement of Oracle Public Cloud, powered by Oracle Identity Management for user access and administration, plus key new database security capabilities in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.
Secure Foundations “The real money these days is in intellectual property theft,” says Mary Ann Davidson, chief security officer at Oracle. “It's industrial espionage. When you read news accounts of corporate systems breaches, it's not all things like credit card information. People are walking off with major trade secrets worth millions of dollars. After all, why put the capital into inventing or designing something if you can steal that information?”
Five Ideas: Security Here, get five expert ideas about some of the most pressing security threats, and the Oracle technology that keeps your data safe.