Oracle Database Security: Auditing & Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)

I just did a Webinar about Oracle Database Security (free of charge, one hour duration). We have  had some technical problems with the audio and therefore a delay, though, for which I have to apologize. I have talked there about the following:

Standard Auditing (AUDIT_TRAIL parameter)

sys Auditing into an OS file, owned by root (AUDIT_SYS_OPERATIONS & AUDIT_SYSLOG_LEVEL parameter)

Fine Grained Auditing (DBMS_FGA package)

Transparent Data Encryption for columns (10g New Feature) and tablespaces (11g New Feature)

You may download the presentation of that webinar together with my demonstrations as PDFs from here, if you are interested.

Also, I have placed a link on the downloads page to the recorded Webinar. By the way, I usually do those Webinars & LVC courses with a Webcam, but during the troubleshooting measurements in order to get my Headset running under WebEx, we switched the Webcam off.

thanku_security_webinar_4510Click here to view the Security webinar recording online

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  1. #1 by Anand on August 25, 2009 - 18:22

    Hi Uwe,

    I attended you was very nice,simple and sweet…i liked it.

    I would personally like to request you, if you can provide some good downloadable notes of yours on ASM and RAC it would be great.


  2. #2 by Uwe Hesse on August 26, 2009 - 19:02

    Hi Anand,
    thank you for the nice feedback about the webinar. Marketing told me afterwards that the audio wasn’t that bad for the external audience. Regarding your request, I have nothing presentable about RAC and only a brief explanation about ASM (written for an Oracle internal educational event) – but it is in German, called “ASM Vortrag” on the downloads page. Should I write something about the two themes in the near future, you will be one of the first that gets notified 🙂

    Kind regards

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