Over three days you will:
- Learn Oracle's database facilities and terminology along with the commands you need to know to provide security and controls over Oracle software and to query Oracle-controlled data
- Uncover the risks Oracle introduces and the exposures it reducesLearn about not only the basic Oracle security mechanism but also about more advanced security controls - triggers, encryption methods, security policies (functions), database firewalls and detection mechanisms,
- Explore Oracle Inc.'s approach to the client/server and Web processing environments and discover the impact Oracle has on your enterprise's organisation, security profiles, and information systems standards
- Learn about the extensive list special components and tools available to supplement standard controls and to help to assess vulnerabilities.
Course Director - Steve RimellAn enviable reputation as the most respected authority in the UK with over 20 year’s practical experience in information systems auditing. Specialising in the more technical aspects of information systems audit, Steve has extensive knowledge of the security and control of UNIX, Oracle, Windows, and networking environments such as TCP/IP.
Previous Delegate Feedback:
“Excellent introduction to audit of Oracle – if only I had been on the course 12 months ago”
Department of Work and Pensions
“Good combination/ balance of theoretical and practical implementation. Certainly very relevant”
World Health Organisation
"The training was very relevant and rewarding. "
Central Bank of Nigeria
"Does exactly what it says on the brochure"
IS Auditor, Yorkshire Building Society
“Very informative. The course provided a useful foundation to the oracle database and its security features”
Principal IS Auditor, Foreign & Commonwealth Office
"Well presented by knowledgeable presenter"
Audit Manager, Exel Plc