Protect your most valuable data in the cloud and on-premises with Oracle’s security-first approach. Oracle has decades of experience securing data and applications; Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers a more secure cloud to our customers, building trust and protecting their most valuable data.
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Learn how Oracle Cloud can help your enterprise protect its infrastructure, apps, and data against cyberattacks, adhere to compliance mandates such as the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and much more.
See how cloud computing must drive a new model for cybersecurity leadership.
Understand how Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can help organizations adopt a zero trust security model.
Strengthen your security posture and reduce risk with security-first design principles that center on providing built-in security controls. These include isolated network virtualization in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and strict separation of duties in Oracle Database.Learn more about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure security (PDF)
Automate security to reduce complexity, prevent human error, and lower cost with automated patching for Autonomous Database and threat mitigation for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provided by our CASB Cloud Service and OCI Identity and Access Management.Read the IDC technical brief (PDF)
Keep your business protected using always-on encryption and continuous monitoring of user behavior with Autonomous Database and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, further mitigating risk with our CASB Cloud Service and OCI Identity and Access Management.Explore Oracle’s automated, always-on, and architected-in security
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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is designed to protect customer workloads with a security-first approach across compute, network, and storage—down to the hardware. It’s complemented by essential security services to provide the required levels of security for your most business-critical workloads.
Reduce the risk of a data breach and simplify compliance both on-premises and in the cloud with Autonomous Database and Oracle Database security solutions that include encryption, key management, data masking, privileged user access controls, activity monitoring, and auditing.
Securing critical applications against fraud and misuse is essential for protecting your organization’s business-critical data within Oracle and non-Oracle services. Fine-grained access controls, visibility, and monitoring are critical components of today’s layered defenses.
Oracle Identity and Access Management provides scalability with industry-leading capabilities. Reduce operational costs and achieve rapid compliance with regulatory mandates. Secure sensitive applications and data—regardless of whether they’re hosted in the cloud or on-premises.
Oracle protects the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data and its systems that are hosted in the cloud, no matter which cloud product is chosen.
When transitioning to cloud or multicloud environments, security teams are challenged by an expanding attack surface, alert overloads, and a cybersecurity skills shortage.
Oracle is committed to a safer, more secure internet for our customers so you can confidently move your data and workloads to Oracle Cloud. We do extensive ongoing research and deliver findings such as the annual Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report.
Oracle recommends that cloud customers formally analyze their cloud strategy to determine the suitability of using the applicable Oracle cloud services in light of their own legal and regulatory compliance obligations. Oracle provides information about frameworks for which an Oracle line of business has achieved a third-party attestation or certification for one or more of its services in the form of attestations.
Learn how Oracle helps protect its customers’ data with the highest levels of security across infrastructure, applications, and users.
David Cross, SVP, CISO SaaS Cloud Security, Oracle
A few weeks ago, I joined an industry expert panel to jointly share our best practices and cybersecurity recommendations, as more and more enterprises begin to transition their applications and data to the cloud. I was fortunate to be alongside leaders from Google, Palo Alto, and CYE to discuss trends and challenges in building the best strategy to protect data as well as how to maintain a secure cloud environment. Here I summarize and share some major takeaways from our discussion.
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