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A Webcast Series
September 12, 2019, 10:00 a.m. PT
Increasingly complex database environments, often spanning on-premises and cloud deployments, coupled with a serious shortage in the supply of skilled cybersecurity professionals, means that managing user privileges is more important now that ever before; however, most database administrators are operating with overextended privileges, creating unnecessary risk and liability for organizations. Join our webcast to learn about implementing context-driven security to improve your security posture and minimize the attack surface area. Enforce separation of duties and the principle of least privilege without creating undue operational burden by automatically enforcing set policies on user activities, including trusted paths and timing restrictions. You'll leave this webcast with new knowledge on tools and tactics to reduce the risk of a data breach and to simplify compliance requirements.
October 10, 2019, 10:00 a.m. PT
For every database that your organization maintains, there are likely to be three or more copies in circulation for test, development and partner use. Data privacy regulations and security best practices dictate that sensitive data should always be minimized to reduce the risk of a data breach. That said, test, development and partner database queries do require realistic data to ensure that everything works as it should. Enter data masking. Join this webcast to learn how to leverage data masking to minimize the risk of a data breach or leak, while still giving key groups the data that they need to do their jobs. Increase data security without getting in the way of critical operations that drive your business by masking sensitive data in non-production databases.
With the proliferation of big data, increasingly complex regulatory compliance mandates governing how that data is stored and processed, and the constant threat of cybercriminals seeking to exfiltrate sensitive data, all organizations need robust database activity auditing as a key pillar of their cybersecurity strategy. Oracle offers granular, policy-based audit logging to collect audit data from systems deployed on-premise and in the cloud, delivering customizable reports to simplify compliance for mandates like SOX, PCI DSS and HIPAA, as well as proactive alerting and notifications. Join our webcast to learn how to strengthen your security posture and decrease the operational costs of compliance by leveraging Oracle's pre-configured auditing solutions.