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Best Practices for Database Activity Monitoring and Blocking

Webinar Published By: Oracle Corp.
Oracle Corp.
Published:  Oct 15, 2012
Type:  Webinar

Without the right protection, even some of the most security-conscious organizations may not be prepared for the latest stealth attacks Advanced Persistent Threats or APTs. In fact, according to some industry reports, over 60 percent of organizations are susceptible to these persistent attackers.

Join us to hear Steve Moyle, Chief Technology Officer of Oracle Database Firewall, explain these new attacks and the best practices for efficient database activity monitoring, alerting and blocking that can help prevent SQL injection attacks and other threats from reaching your enterprise databases.



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oracle, sql injection, database activity monitoring, database security, it security