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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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Risk of Information Leakage from the Oracle E-Business Suite – Attached Files

Attached files are an information leakage risk for the Oracle E-Business Suite. There are two sources, and the second is not commonly recognized...

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