Security in the Database is more than Just Granting Access

Presented by Michelle Malcher

Weds 29th Feb 2012



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Summary

In this live webinar, Michelle Malcher (Oracle Ace Director and a representative on the Oracle Security Customer Advisor Council for the Independent Oracle User Group) will present practical ways to look at security and implementing standards and procedures around the database environment to account for the security outside of the users, including secured environments for regulations and compliance.

Oracle 11g provides transparent data encryption at a tablespace level, and this webinar will look how to implement this option to make it transparent to applications and users.

You will learn some quick steps on securing the database environment, a basic process for applying CPU security patches, managing permissions and roles from test environments to production, and encryption.

A Q+A session with Michelle will follow the presentation.


Michelle Malcher Oracle Dba Ace Director

Michelle Malcher

Oracle ACE Director, DBA Team Lead at DRW Holdings, expert in security, performance tuning, data modelling and database architecture. Representative on the Oracle Security Customer Advisor Council for the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) member of the IOUG board, author and conference presenter on security and compliance topics as well as other database administrative areas such as RAC, ASM and recovery. Contributing author for the IOUG Best Practices Tip Booklet. Expert on All Things Oracle.

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