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Security at Oracle OpenWorld 2013: Don't-Miss Sessions, CSO Summit, and More

As high-profile breaches drive unprecedented investment in security, organizers of Oracle OpenWorld 2013 expect record-breaking attendance at security-related activities, which range from long-range strategy planning sessions to labs that provide practical, hands-on experience with Oracle's latest product innovations.

The conference, which takes place in San Francisco September 22 to 26, includes

  • More than 50 individual sessions devoted to security
  • Executive presentations about security strategy and direction
  • Hands-on labs devoted to security products
  • The Chief Security Officer (CSO) Summit designed specifically for executive-level security leaders

Exclusive CSO Summit
As part of Leaders Circle @ OpenWorld, Oracle will host a special Chief Security Officer Summit. Scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the summit brings together CSOs, Oracle leaders, and high-profile security experts to explore the latest security product innovations and updates—with a special focus on how they can enable new business models.

Don't-Miss Database Security Sessions and Hands-on Labs

  • General Session: Security Inside-Out with Oracle Database 12c
    (session ID# GEN8411)
    Oracle Database 12c introduces key innovations such as data redaction, privilege analysis, and contextual auditing. Hear Vipin Samar, vice president of Oracle Database Security Product Development, discuss how these security features work together with a database firewall to provide unprecedented protection for your data, whether it’s in Oracle Database instances or non-Oracle databases.
  • Oracle Database Security Solutions Customer Panel: Real-World Case Studies
    (session ID# CON8423)
    Hear from Oracle customers who have successfully deployed transparent data encryption, database auditing, database firewalls, heterogeneous database activity monitoring, and data masking. Hear why they did it, how they did it, and what lessons they learned.
  • Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall: Deployment Best Practices
    (session ID# CON8575)
    This interactive session focuses on best practices for creating policies, deployment checklists, sizing guidelines, and architecture blueprints; creating custom collectors for application audit logs; making the most out of built-in reporting capabilities with filters; ensuring effective alerting; and more.
  • Hands-on Lab: New Security Capabilities in Oracle Database 12c
    (session ID# HOL9979)
    In this hands-on workshop, the Oracle product team provides instruction on how to use new data redaction capabilities to keep sensitive data, such as Social Security numbers or credit card numbers, from being displayed in applications.

Don't-Miss Identity Management Sessions

  • Oracle Identity Management: Enabling Business Growth in the New Economy
    (session ID# CON8808)
    In this session, Amit Jasuja, senior vice president of Identity Management Product Development, explores the recent trends in identity management and explains how Oracle is helping organizations remove complexity and capture new opportunities.
  • Converged Identity Governance to Speed up Business and Reduce Cost
    (session ID# CON8811)
    A complete platform approach enables organizations to automate key governance requirements in a cost-effective fashion. This session explores how customers using Oracle Identity Governance Suite are already achieving these goals.
  • API Management: Enable Your Infrastructure for Secure Mobile and Cloud Use
    (session ID# CON8817)
    This session explores ways to launch mobile and cloud applications with little or no change to existing systems, thanks to Oracle's complete mobile access management solution.
  • Context- and Risk-Aware Access Control: Any Device, Anywhere
    (session ID# CON8819)
    Customers expect consistent levels of service across their laptops, tablets, and smart phones. This session explores how Oracle's access management technology intelligently reacts to changes in context across a variety of devices to maximize security and control.

More Oracle OpenWorld Resources
Register now for Oracle OpenWorld 2013 and visit these resources for the latest news and information about the event.

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