The aim of this page is to find out so... and if there are any security vulnerabilities to offer ways to secure your data.
Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance has become a major course of action within organizations. Enacted in 2002, the law was a response to a number of major corporate and accounting scandals and it set new and enhanced security standards. Its intention is to close every possible security crack, mainly in financial and accounting data and the database and application layers.Download the Act
Oracle Databases hold the majority of the world’s relational data, and are attractive targets for attackers seeking high-value targets for data theft. Compromise of a single Oracle Database can result in tens of millions of breached records costing millions in breach-mitigation activity.
The New Battle For Enterprise Cybersecurity... Humans can’t keep up. At least, not when it comes to meeting the rapidly expanding challenges inherent to enterprise cybersecurity. There are too many devices, too many applications, too many users, and too many megabytes of log files for humans to make sense of it all...
At OpenWorld, Larry Ellison announced fully autonomous database cloud service which is self-driving, self-scaling, self-repairing and SELF-SECURING!
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