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Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2019

Highlighting the security gaps in the shift to business-critical cloud services.

Security Operations Center (SOC) Modernization

As mobile users proliferate and the network edge moves into the cloud, your IT resources are vulnerable to new threats. You need consistent security controls that span cloud and on-premises environments. These controls must apply identity context to better predict, prevent, detect, and respond to threats—with the intent to keep your information more secure.

Oracle’s Identity-based Security Operations Center (SOC) framework provides comprehensive monitoring, threat detection, analytics, and remediation tools across hybrid environments that include on-premises and cloud resources. Oracle security cloud services are designed to unify threat, user, and operational data from multiple sources.

Bolster your security operations center with Oracle identity-centric, context-aware security practices:

  • Improve visibility into Oracle and third-party SaaS, PaaS, IaaS security practices.
  • Enhance efforts to discover shadow IT processes throughout the enterprise and enforce rigorous cloud security protocols.
  • Better address strict regulatory and compliance mandates such as the requirements under the forthcoming EU GDPR.
  • Enforce access controls by authenticating and authorizing cloud applications and IT resources.
Hybrid Cloud Security
Take Advantage of Improved Security

Hybrid Cloud Security

With the transition to hybrid cloud environments, it’s time to up the ante on security. Oracle aligns people, process, and technology with integrated, defense-in-depth security features at every layer of the computing stack.

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
Gain Visibility and Enhance Security

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)

Do you know what your users are doing in the cloud? Can you identify potential threats to your data and mitigate them? Enhance efforts to discover potential shadow IT activities and adopt consistent security policies for users and devices. Improve your ability to identify malicious activity—those rogue needles in the haystack—with machine learning-based user behavior analytics. Maintain more consistent and reliable security configurations to better protect your data.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Better Address the Requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation

IT teams must comply with a broad range of industry and government regulations such as the GDPR. Such compliance efforts require insight into the nature of your data and the ability to enforce security controls wherever this data resides. Rely on Oracle to assist your efforts to address your data privacy and regulatory requirements.

Identity Made Easy in the Cloud
Identity Made Easy in the Cloud

Identity Management

Managing users and enforcing appropriate access controls through authentication and authorization are essential aspects of your overall security strategy, but these processes should be seamless to keep the bad guys out and the good ones engaged. Cloud-based identity management technology keeps it simple, so you can boost adoption and maximize returns on your cloud investments.