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Oracle E-Business Suite PCI DSS Compliance, Requirement 3.4 and Decryption Risk

PCI requirement 3.4 requires PAN data to be unreadable anywhere it is stored unless it is protected. With Release 12 credit cardholder data can be...

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Oracle E-Business Test and Development Databases and PCI Compliance

Creating clones and copies of production E-Business Suite databases is a regular occurrence. There are several PCI DSS requirements that apply to...

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Guide to Auditing and Logging in the Oracle E-Business Suite

Webinar: The auditing and logging capabilities within the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Database are sophisticated and able to satisfy most...

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Enabling Credit Card PCI Protection for the Oracle E-Business Suite

The real challenge for meeting PCI compliance is the secure management of all the components and parts of the Oracle E-Business Suite environment...

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Oracle E-Business Suite, PCI Compliance and the Secure Payments Repository

Continuing this blog series on PCI compliance and the Oracle E-Business Suite, this posting focuses on the Secure Payments Repository.  New...

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Oracle E-Business Suite, PCI Compliance and External vs Internal Accounts

To help understand the Oracle E-Business Suite’s standard functionality to help meet PCI compliance, it is useful to know the difference between...

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Oracle E-Business Suite, Corporate Cards and PCI DSS

A common question we receive is about Corporate Cards and PCI compliance. Corporate Cards, credit cards held by employees for corporate purposes,...

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Oracle E-Business Suite PCI Compliance

The next few blog postings will focus on PCI and the Oracle E-Business Suite. All Oracle E-Business Suite implementations that "store, process, or...

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Oracle E-Business Suite PCI DSS Credit Card Encryption

PCI requirement 3.4 mandates that the Primary Account Number (PAN) is unreadable anywhere it is stored using one-way hashes or strong encryption....

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Risk of Information Leakage from the Oracle E-Business Suite - Validation Levels

Through parameter and URL tampering an attacker, or nefarious insider, can manipulate and/or construct URLs to expose information and/or attempt...

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