Friday, 26 June 2009

Oracle Security done Right - Simple

In the middle of a bit of a roller coaster week, I attended the workshop from Frits Hoogland about "Oracle Security done Right".

There is of course a lot to be said (and written) about security and every situation will demand a tailored approach.

But Frits laid down a relatively "Simple" approach.
He shows how to cover both accountability and auditability.

A true "Trust but Verify" approacht. And Simple.

The approach merits a good look and during the workshop already there was some good discussion.

It will not be the be-all-end-all of security, but it is a good start.
A bit of criticism wont hurt. A discussion will probably make the approach better.

Just remember: keep it simple. Please.

And that is why I think his approach is worth some attention.


Robert said...

It's quite funny to see manager's faces when you say to them that this solution is a more secure approach and workable solution than their "high security, no one comes in" approach...

Colin said...

What is his approach?

PdV said...

Hello Robert, and welcome.

Colin, you will have to ask the Man Himself to explain his approach on the Internet. Or visit one of his presentations or workshops.
Nice to see you around, btw.

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Oracle Security said...

Thank you, I have recently been looking for information about this subject matter for ages and yours is the best I have found so far.The time and hard work put into this is very remarkable. This is a very educational blog. Good luck on the upcoming entry you put into it.

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I've removed the double comment from the SAP-drone, if that was the one you were after.

Or was it the vital soft tech one after all ?
How about I report this Vialtech for Spam - again ? (wont do much good, but I can try)

I'll get it out too, if you are able to post a proper, verifiable mail address, and if I can find you on linkedin.