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Security Zones Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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    General Questions

  • What is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle Security Zones?

    Security Zones enforce security posture on OCI cloud compartments and prevent actions that could weaken a customers’ security posture. Security Zone policies can be applied to various cloud infrastructure types (network, compute, storage, database, etc.) to ensure cloud resources stay secure and prevent security misconfigurations.

    Security Zones extends the scope of security posture management beyond monitoring and visibility to active enforcement of resource-based security policy. Users determine which policies are appropriate for their needs by defining Custom Security Zone policy sets.

  • What is a Security Zones recipe? How is it different from a Policy?

    A Security Zones recipe is a collection of Security Zones policies defined as a template that can be applied to one or more compartments. A Security Zone recipe defines a security policy set which limits allowable actions on cloud resources. A policy set consists of one or more security policy statements which address the security posture of cloud resources.

  • What is a Maximum Security Zone?

    Maximum Security Zone is a pre-defined recipe managed by Oracle. This recipe includes policies that maximize configuration for a strong security posture. While the Maximum Security Zone recipe includes a broad set of security policies, in practice, organizations typically adjust the scope of policies applied to reflect their specific needs.

  • Can I have multiple Security Zones?

    Yes. The number of Security Zones that can be created is only limited by the Compartment limit in your tenancy.

  • Must I use a Security Zone to be secure?

    Not necessarily, but Security Zones can be used to prevent configuration changes that lead to a weakened security posture.

  • What if I only want a subset of the Security Zones policies in a Security Zone?

    Custom Security Zones provides the ability to select which Security Zone policies apply to a zone. In addition, you can remove or replace an existing Security Zone at any time.

  • Can I create my own policies?

    Customers cannot create their own policies. Customers have access to an extensive list of policies provided by Oracle. New policies will be added over time.

  • How do I access resources inside a Security Zone?

    Resources inside Security Zones are identical to their equivalents outside of a Security Zone. The only difference is the enforcement of the security policies for their settings and configuration. These resources can be accessed using the same methods, tools, and permissions as regular resources.

  • Which takes precedence, identity access management policy or Security Zone policy?

    A Security Zone will override an identity access management policy that allows access. For instance, even if a user has permission to manage a bucket, they cannot set a bucket to public in a Security Zone when the policy statement “Deny public buckets” is applied.

  • Can my resources access each other across different Security Zones?

    Security Zones do not directly manage access restrictions to the resources that are in them. Resources within a Security Zone can still be accessed using any previous method used provided such access does not conflict with set Security Zone policy.

  • If everything is so heavily protected, how do I get data in and out of a Security Zone?

    A secure method of connection is required to cross a Security Zone boundary and transfer data. Methods to create a secure connection include the use of a Bastion Server- which can be easily configured and deployed from the Console using OCI Bastion.

  • What are the differences between Security Zones and Cloud Guard?

    Security Zones enforce security policies on compartments. Cloud Guard monitors the security posture of infrastructure and applications. With Custom Security Zones, Cloud Guard and Security Zones have been integrated to provide automatic security posture monitoring of compartments when a Security Zone is applied. Problems that are detected within a Security Zone are reflected in both the Security Zones and Cloud Guard console UIs.

  • Can I have an Autonomous Database or other Oracle services in a Security Zone?

    Yes, any type of resource can be created in a Security Zone. Security Zones will enforce policy only when a resource type within a zone is associated with the Security Zone policy applied to a compartment.

  • What does Security Zones cost?

    Security Zones is a free service; however, resources within a Security Zone will have their usual charges.

  • How do I delete a Security Zone?

    A Security Zone can be removed at any time using the OCI Console or API.

  • In what regions is the Security Zones service available?

    Security Zones is available across all commercial regions.

  • Which types of databases do Security Zone policies apply to?

    Security Zone policies are enforced on Autonomous Database, bare metal databases, VM Databases, and Exadata. Security Zone policies are not available for Exadata Cloud@Customer Databases.