|Presentation Title: ||Intelligently Securing a Large, Globally Distributed, Database Estate|
|Speaker: ||Mr Paul Wright |
|Co-presenter: ||Philip Weeden - IDN
|Presentation abstract: ||Securing a global database estate effectively, so that it can pass audit and satisfy risk requirements, has demanded a high degree of prioritization. Large configuration guides had to be shortened down to Top Tens which could then be automatically deployed and measured. Now Cloud consolidation raises new risks for DBA Managers, so lessons from after the beta will be explored in terms of future security issues. Competitive pressures on performance will require security configurations that can adjust relative to varying threat levels automatically. This will be demonstrated and will enhance your security best practices beyond 12c.|
|Presentation begins: ||03/12/2012 14:30|
|Presentation duration: ||60 |
|Presentation content level: ||3 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)|
|Audience experience: ||All experience levels|
|Audience function: ||Customer/Senior Manager, Functional Manager, Oracle, Partner, Product Expert, Product User|
|Speaker biography: ||Paul M. Wright works within Financial Services in London, as a Database Application Security Architect, with 12 years experience including leading Database Security for the World's foremost Investment Bank.
Paul Authored the first book on Database Forensics in 2007, and Journal articles and presentations for UKOUG/IOUG, and publishes new research through www.oraclesecurity.com, which has included 5 Oracle Security Alert credits over the past half a decade.
Paul taught the first publicly available Oracle and Java security courses in the UK for SANS.org, and is currently Editing the new CIS Oracle security guide which is yet to be published.
Most recently Paul has closely collaborated with Oracle on the 12.1c Database Beta, and City University's Centre for Software Reliability.
Paul is interested in designing high integrity systems, which benefit from the Open approach of Oracle technologies.
|Related topics: ||Oracle RDBMS: Database Management, Oracle RDBMS: Features and Options, Oracle RDBMS: Grid Infrastructure, Oracle RDBMS: Other|
|Hall: ||Hall 7a|