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STIGS, SCAP, OVAL, Oracle Databases and ERP Security

Last week’s unprecedented ransomware cyber attacks (...

Oracle Security Blog
SCAP OVAL Example Check for Oracle

The attached is a SCAP OVAL example Check for Oracle RDBMS. Please use it for testing and demonstration purposes only. To use the attached, ...

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Oracle Listener Security New ORACLE 12.2 Firewall Feature

Service-Level ALCs is a new feature of the 12.2 Listener that allows every database service to have its own ACL. The ACL must be based on IP...

Oracle Security Blog
Oracle Database Listener Security Guide – Rewritten For Oracle 12.2

In October 2002 Integrigy first posted a guide to securing the Oracle Listener. Since then this whitepaper has been our most popular download....

Oracle Security Blog
Guide to PeopleSoft Logging and Auditing

Most clients do not fully take advantage of PeopleSoft’s auditing and logging features. These features are sophisticated and are able to satisfy...

Whitepapers and Presentations File
How to Control and Secure PeopleSoft DBAs and Developers

A common compliance challenge for most PeopleSoft environments is how to control and secure direct database access by DBAs and developers,...

Whitepapers and Presentations File
How to Control and Secure Oracle E-Business Suite DBAs and Developers

A common compliance challenge for most Oracle E-Business Suite environments is how to control and secure direct database access by DBAs and...

Whitepapers and Presentations File
Securing Oracle 12c Multitenant Pluggable Databases

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Whitepapers and Presentations File
Oracle Audit Vault - Remedy and ArcSight Integration

Remedy Ticket System Integration

Oracle Audit Vault 12c includes a standard interface for BMC Remedy ticketing systems.  You can...

Oracle Security Blog
Oracle 12c Real Application Security and Standard Database Auditing - Warning Database Logins Not Logged

Oracle 12c introduces several major new security features. Data redaction is one new feature and Real Application Security (RAS) is another....

Oracle Security Blog

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