Security, Governance & Master Data Management at COLLABORATE 16

    Security, Governance & Master Data Management is not just about business controls that legislation requires. It makes sound business sense to protect your reputation, remain competitive, ensure your staff follows your business processes and control your business finances, in addition to any legislation or industry requirements. Follow this track if you are affected by government regulations or industry requirements, you want to improve your management of business risk and enable your organization to operate more effectively, or you have to ensure the quality of your master data.

    Wondering What Security, Governance & Master Data Management Content is at COLLABORATE 16? Here's a Quick Look:

    Key Topics

    • Identity Management
    • MDM Hubs
    • Data Management and Governance
    • Data Quality
    • Data Security
    • Enterprise Security

    Highlighted Conference Sessions

    Security in the Oracle Database Cloud

    Sean Stacey, Oracle

    The session will be focusing on security in the Oracle Public Cloud for the Oracle Database Cloud Service.

    It is well understood that when moving to cloud consolidation, database security is of the utmost importance. This session will be focusing on what Oracle has to offer in the way of meeting regulatory compliance, securing data in the cloud, at-rest and as it travels across the public internet. The session will include a demonstration of some of the tools and techniques to set up and configure security in the Oracle Public Cloud.

    Some of the topics/features covered will be: Transparent Data Encryption, Key Wallets, SSH and SSH-Tunnelling, Secure RMAN Backup, Access Control Lists, Network Encryption, IPSec VPN, current datacenter compliance standards.

    Securing Your Oracle Database to Protect Your Data 

    Michael Messina, Rolta

    Security breaches, we have all heard they happen and how they can affect an organization and how expensive it can be when they do happen not to mention reputation damage. Well know security breach happened from DBA credential being comprimized. What can we do, what options do we have? This presentation will start with the basics that we can all to to ensure a databases are better protected and then up from there. We as database administrators must bring to the table ways to keep the database data safer and more secure then every before. In this presentation we will examine technology as well as process and procedures that will help create security for our database and the data it contains.

    Auditing, Reporting and Alerting Made Easy with Oracle Audit Vault 

    Andrew Meade, Cal Poly

    Oracle Audit Vault consolidates audit data from Oracle databases, operating systems and directories into a centralized secure repository. Audit Vault has built in compliance reports to improve a DBAs life and configurable alerting to enhance security across a large environment.

    This session will cover the initial deployment of audit vault as an administrator and the separation of duties to configure audit vault as an auditor. The administrator will register the hosts to monitor, deploy the audit vault agents, register secure targets and add audit trails. The auditor will manage the targets, accounts, access and notification. The auditor can then manage audit policies, schedule, review and attest to compliance reports, and finally configure alerting across all targets.     

     

     

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