Oracle Database Vault implements data security controls within Oracle Database to restrict access to application data by privileged users. Reduce the risk of insider and outside threats and address compliance requirements, including separation of duties.
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Block unauthorized access to sensitive data by creating restricted application environments within Oracle Database. Oracle Database Vault security controls also help organizations address compliance with data privacy laws and standards such as the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), and numerous other regulations that require strong internal controls on access, disclosure, or modifications to sensitive information.
Prevent malicious or accidental changes that disrupt operations by privileged user accounts. Command controls prevent unauthorized commands such as DROP TABLE or ALTER SYSTEM outside of specific maintenance windows.
Use factors like client IP address, program, username, and time of day to enforce zero trust access to data and data operations. Since an attacker can't simply use a stolen account to access sensitive data, Database Vault can block unauthorized access to sensitive data and generate high value alerts notifying administrators of suspicious data access activity to help stop data theft before it happens.
Enforce checks and balances on privileged users, preventing attackers from disabling security controls, creating rogue users, and accessing sensitive data by leveraging credentials from a single privileged account.
Secure new and existing Oracle Database environments without the need for costly and time-consuming application changes. Database Vault is compatible with enterprise architectures, including Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), Oracle GoldenGate, and Oracle Data Guard, all without the need to deploy additional servers and agents.
Block attackers from accessing sensitive data with stolen privileged user credentials—the most common attack vector today.
Block accidental access by database administrators to sensitive data without compromising their ability to perform necessary tasks.
Block accidental or malicious changes to production databases and restrict authorized changes to defined maintenance periods.
Prevent misuse of privileged credentials outside allowed IP address, time of day, client programs, and more.
Define and separate roles for security and administration so administrators can’t modify security policies or access sensitive data.
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This workshop introduces Oracle Database Vault's features and functionality. Explore how to configure Database Vault to protect databases and the sensitive data contained therein with features like realms and trusted paths. Run this workshop on your own tenancy or reserve a time to run the workshop on LiveLabs, free of charge.