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
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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.

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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