Security Inside Out Edition
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Mark Hurd and Industry Leaders Address Chief Security Officers

During Oracle OpenWorld 2011 last October, Oracle convened a special event that gathered chief security officers representing a wide range of industries from around the globe.

The agenda of the Oracle Chief Security Officer Summit focused on reducing security risk and improving compliance while also unlocking the potential of new computing technologies. In particular, experts explored the importance of a "security inside-out" approach that can help protect enterprise applications and data in the age of cloud, social, and mobile computing.

Videos from this exclusive event are now available on-demand.
  • Mark Hurd, president, Oracle, on "Security Point of View from the Top"
  • Scott Borg, director and chief economist, U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit, discusses “Advanced Persistent Threats”
  • Amit Jasuja, vice president, Identity Management Product Development, Oracle, talks about "What Keeps You Up at Night” and “An Identity Platform for Cloud, Mobile, and Social"
  • Bentley Au, chief information security officer, Toyota Motor Sales USA, and Mike Colbus, national technology delivery manager, Toyota Motor Sales USA, discusses identity management’s role in "Securing a Social Network for Cars"
  • Vipin Samar, vice president, Database Security Product Development, Oracle, on "How Advanced Do Persistent Threats Have to Be?"
  • Kyle Nelson, IT director, National Marrow Donor Program, discusses "Securing the National Marrow Donor Program Database"
  • Mary Ann Davidson, chief security officer, Oracle—together with Chris Gavin, vice president, Information Security, Oracle, and Roxana Bradescu, director, Database Security, Oracle—discusses "Security at Oracle"
  • Dr. Peter M. Sandman, author and risk communication expert, covers "Risk = Hazard + Outrage: A Formula for Effective Risk Communication"
  • Gail Coury, vice president, Risk Management, Cloud Services, Oracle, on "Securing On-Demand Applications with Context Aware Security"
Watch the videos now.

Learn more about Oracle’s security inside out strategy and solution set.

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