Tag: Security

Presented at Quest Experience Week (QXW) – Database & Technology Day

In this era, data privacy and security is a major concern. It is a challenge to be compliant with the standards as far as data security is concerned. Oracle Advanced Security options provide us easy ways to protect our databases and be compliant at the same time. This session will give an overview and use cases of several impactful Oracle Advanced Security features we have been using for our SaaS applications in real life production systems. In addition to that, there are several other in-house best practice we have developed over the years which might be beneficial for others.

Presented at Quest Experience Week (QXW) - PeopleSoft Day

See how Sentinel replaces time-consuming reports and makes PeopleSoft support easier for you. (COMPARE) Instantly identify differences between environments and user security. (AUDIT) A real-time view of users with Correction Access, Sensitive Data, and Segregation of Duty conflicts. (SECURITY) Take the guesswork out of security administration. See the exact menus and pages assigned to Users, Roles, and Permission Lists.

Presented at Quest Experience Week (QXW) - PeopleSoft Day

2020 introduced a myriad of risks to PeopleSoft data, largely from remote and mobile access requirements stemming from COVID-19. With 2021 approaching, organizations must shift their focus from short-term risk mitigation to long-term risk management. After all, phishing, configuration exploits, and a host of other attack vectors are only becoming more sophisticated with each passing day. Join the PeopleSoft security experts at Appsian as they walk through the top risks to your data in 2021, and how to efficiently implement a long-term risk management strategy that is designed to scale alongside the needs of your business – and alongside the sophistication of various attack vectors!

As part of Quest Experience Week 2019, Richard Evans, Database Security Product Management at Oracle, spoke about the top 10 database security features you might not be using.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 104680

Maintaining internal controls & processes to meet SOX compliance requirements is a must for any publicly-traded company.

In this session, learn how Phibro Animal Health automated and digitized these processes to minimize SOD conflicts while providing greater visibility and approvals in one place, to better track quarterly recertifications, and to meet SOX compliance requirements using AtomIQ and ALLOut Security. We’ll also demonstrate how Phibro leverages RPA and JDE to improve collaboration, simplify workflows between internal/external audit, managers, security, and IT - and ultimately save time and effort on SOX compliance.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 100840

This session is based on an experience with a customer that used third-party scanning tools to detect that several key WebLogic patches were not in place. Specifically, the version they currently had installed was no longer supported by Oracle. This lack of support indicates that Oracle is not obligated to release new security patches. As a result, it is likely to contain security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious agents. The process to upgrade to the latest version of WebLogic will be discussed and clear documentation will be provided to help customers with this complex process. We will discuss making sure customers are on the latest version 12.2.1.3. This upgrade process is not well documented and includes information that may lack clarity. Attend to learn best practices and see a step by step explanation to avoid common pitfalls.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 102390

Managing JDE security records can be a complex task. For years, we built our JDE security during implementation and then keep adding to it. But how can we know if we got it right? With the use of object tracking data, we can identify security records that are no longer needed. Using these techniques, LSB Industries cut the number of security records in half.

  • Quest Customer Learning Team
  • Recordings & Presentations
  • 11/10/20

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 101030

This semi-annual meeting is to inform you about the JDE E1Technology SIG and network with other technology experts, We will also have an open discussion on how Oracle can help us and the Quest enhancement request system.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 101060

The JDE E1 Tech SIG presents this round table for discussion, sharing of solutions and gathering of enhancement requests.  This discussion will be about the current and future system administration and development tools offered with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software.

Presented at INFOCUS 20 

Session ID: 103510  

Aclara utilizes portals, dashboards, and visuals as a means of streamlining its business systems to deliver JD Edwards data in innovative ways to both customers and vendors. These portals display order statuses, past-due accounts, and other data visuals deemed essential. Providing custom-built dashboards and granting access to pertinent information from any device, at any time, frees up help desks for businesses. Using JD Edwards data as one source of truth allows for an unobstructed view for customers and vendors. 

Join Aclara’s Heather Schloemann, Director Business Systems Applications, to discover how to aggregate and display JDE data with visually informative portals. Learn to build automated portals to deliver mission-critical data, to reduce past-due accounts, and to decrease service resources. 

Learn to build vendor and customer portals fed by JD Edwards data accessible by any device at any time 
Explore the implementation of open AR reports built by ProReports and placed into vendor/customer portals 
Realize the benefits portals bring to a company, saving resources and utilizing fewer service requirements 

Presented by 

Heather Schloemann, Aclara 

Kristen Bassett, ReportsNow