Oracle Database Users Lock Out Data Leak Security at Oracle OpenWorld - The Database Monitoring Gap

By Brian Prince  |  Posted 2008-09-22 Print this article Print
Oracle database administrators might claim to fear data breaches and talk big about security features, but not all employ the strongest data leak prevention practices. A survey of 316 Oracle database users by the Independent Oracle Users Group offers a window into the security concerns of Oracle database administrators and the database security and data leak prevention tactics in use. The Oracle OpenWorld user conference Sept. 21 to 25 shines a light on Oracle database security features and practices.
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Database monitoring is a way to ensure compliance with regulations and access policies, yet many respondents said they have super-users who escape database monitoring efforts. In addition, only 39 percent expressed confidence that those super-users could be prevented from abusing data.


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