NYOUG 2019 Summer Meeting: Oracle Security for DBAs and Developers
Everyone should know that the Oracle database contains more built-in security functionality than do all of the other major commercial database products combined. They should also know that most of its security features are disabled by default. Knowledge of security tools that require additional licensing such as Database Vault, Database Firewall, Transparent Data Encryption, and Audit Vault are important but equally important are the many capabilities included in the default license that can harden a database against attack. Oracle ACE Director Alumnus Daniel Morgan will present with demos live in SQL*Plus how substantially improve your database’s security using built-in features that require no additional licensing and show how you can stop your Oracle database from being used as a source of both internal and external attacks.
Daniel Morgan Oracle ACE Director Alumnus
Daniel Morgan has been involved in IT since 1969. Morgan has been working with Oracle products since the late 1980s and is currently employed as the Director of Applications at TidalScale where he focuses his efforts on solving business problems with technology. Morgan has made a deep commitment to education including writing the Oracle program at the University of Washington and being its primary instructor until he left in 2009 allowing him more freedom of travel and the opportunity to teach and lecture at hundreds of colleges, universities and conferences on 4 continents including Harvard, University of Oslo (Norway), the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), and Tecnológico de Costa Rica. In 2014 Morgan taught a Master Class for IOUG as part of the “New Challenges & Opportunities Facing DBAs” series. Mr. Morgan is a regular contributor at Oracle conferences and forums around the world presenting at conferences including OpenWorld, Collaborate, ODTUG Kaleidoscope, IOUC International Leadership Conference.