Tag: Security

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Your databases may contain sensitive personal data like Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, addresses, date of births, and salary information. Understanding in what tables and columns sensitive data resides is critical in protecting the data and ensure compliance with regulations like GDPR, PCI, and the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). However, sensitive data is like a weed and can spread quickly if not properly managed. The challenge is how to effectively and continuously find sensitive data, especially in extremely large databases and data warehouses.  This session will discuss methodologies and tools to find sensitive data such as by searching column names, crawling the database table by table, and performing data qualification to eliminate false positives.  Other locations where sensitive data might reside such as trace files, dynamic views (e.g., V$SQL_BIND_DATA), and materialized views will be reviewed.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

AsterionDB has pioneered the ability to seamlessly store and manage both structured and unstructured data in the Oracle Database.  We couple this with the ability to express any business logic required at the data-layer. These capabilities allow us to now build an architecture that can not be hacked. To be clear, hacking your API is not the same as hacking your architecture/platform. Hacking an API can be as simple as stealing a password - that's bad. Hacking an architecture is what happens when all of your files are stolen or locked up w/ ransomware. That's worse! This session will delve into the techniques required to build an impervious architecture that is easily adept at securing structured and unstructured data.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

This presentation explains database security of the Multitenant (MT) option to the Oracle Database.  The techniques discussed cover user scope, privileges, roles, grants, lockdown profiles, application PDBs and application contexts, Database Vault, auditing, Virtual Private Database.  Related administrative topics such as network security and encryption are discussed.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Oracle provides a number of "vanilla" recipes in the Docker repository but these don't cover the needs of modern enterprises. This presentation discusses methods for creating images to support Data Guard, OEM, APEX, Sharding, rapid container deployments, Gold images, and transportable datasets. Participants will learn how to develop and customize Dockerfiles and orchestrations and apply them to their needs.

May 12 @  3:30pm

Requesters and Approvers can now view a user's current access, as well as the PeopleSoft Menus being granted by security Roles. Catch Audit issues and save time with auto-provisioning. Presented by, Biv Ramlukan, Sentinel This is part of the PeopleSoft Industry Day series.  Click Here to see all sessions in this series.  

May 12 @  2:00pm

Manual Audit reports are outdated. Now you can always know which Users have access to Sensitive Data and automatically Remediate unauthorized access with ease. Presented by, Biv Ramlukan, Sentinel This session is part of PeopleSoft Industry Day.  Click Here to see all the sessions in this series.

May 12 @  2:00pm

Public sector agencies and organizations have complex groupings of functions. With recent events related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) requiring remote work, expanded access to critical transactions in PeopleSoft is now a business objective. However, this can pose a clear and present danger to your ERP data. As your attack surface increases with remote access, IT and…

May 12 @  12:30pm

New tools for Managers and Administrators that make it easy analyze User access and trigger Security Tasks from Employee Job events. Presented by, Biv Ramlukan, Sentinel Software This event is part of PeopleSoft Industry Day.  Click Here to see all sessions available in this series.  

Learn how to create your own virtual cloud network using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In this workshop you will see how to create your own compute instances, configured as web servers, and create a load balancer to manage the HTTP requests. You will also learn about OCI security, how to create and manage network routing rules, various storage options, and more. 

Oracle Database, Enterprise Edition has hundreds of powerful features that help you secure your data, and new capabilities are added with every release. In this session join Oracle product managers to discover 10 security features you may not be aware of. These features can help you streamline user administration, reduce your attack surface, deploy more-secure…