Oracle is a proud Platinum Sponsor of the 2012 FS-ISAC & BITS Annual Summit, May 14-16 in Miami, Florida.
The 2012 FS-ISAC & BITS Annual Summit provides a critically important ingredient in defending our financial infrastructure -- coming together as an industry to share ideas and strategies for understanding the threats and how to defend against them. This Summit has a forward-thinking agenda built around our member top-of-mind issues and is a key venue for our attendees to share knowledge and discuss how to prevent, detect, respond to and mitigate the very real threats to our industry.
Learn more about Oracle at the following sponsored sessions:
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Oracle Asks “Is your IT Security Strategy Putting your Institution at Risk?” Vipin Samar, Vice President of Product Development and Roxana Bradescu, Director of Product Management, Database Security, Oracle
Recent successful attacks against some of the most security savvy organizations have really put into question IT Security strategies across all industries, especially financial services. The reliance on network security and user credentials have left many institutions vulnerable to attacks from within the firewall by insiders or outsiders exploiting stolen credentials, SQL injection attacks, and the pervasive use of production data in non-production environments. Analysts estimate that less than 20% of IT Security Plans address the databases that are the most common targets of cyber criminals and advanced persistent threats. This interactive (Power Point free :-) round table discussion, exclusively offered to members of financial services institutions, will focus on the unique threats facing financial services institutions and their most critical assets – their databases. You will have an opportunity to hear how your peers are addressing these issues as well as hear from database security industry leader, Oracle.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. A Better Way to Secure Financial Services Applications Amit Jasuja, Group Vice President, Identity Management Oracle
Authorization to financial data and transactions can be complex with conflicting business rules and frequent audits. The challenge is scale and fragmentation. With thousands of applications and millions of entitlements to provision, certify and enforce, organizations need an integrated approach to security. In this session, we will explore how organizations can simplify the process of provisioning entitlements, certifying access and enforcing authorization at runtime in financial applications. We will discuss case studies in trading and asset management where externalizing authorization has reduced cost and improved security while providing sub-microsecond response time.
Conference attendees will also have the opportunity to meet with Oracle experts and see live Oracle Database Security and Oracle Identity Management demonstrations in the Sponsor Hall.