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September 08, 2021

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Oracle Database 21c - New Security Features
Oracle Database 21c has been available in Oracle Cloud since the last December, and was recently released for on-premises use. In this session we covered some of the highlights of what's new in database security, including improvements in user authentication, changes to Database Vault, enhancements to transparent data encryption and more.

Here is a guide to the recording;
00:55 Announcements
08:20 Database Vault new features
10:05 Transparent Data Encryption new features
12:10 Centrally Managed Users new features
13:25 Enterprise User Security new features
14:25 New features in database authentication
17:15 New features in database auditing

Your Experts

    Russ Lowenthal

    Russ Lowenthal   

    Russ Lowenthal is the product manager for Database Security, focused on database encryption, masking, access control, audit, and monitoring. Russ is based in Orlando, Florida, USA and has been with Oracle for over twenty years. Leveraging close to thirty years of experience in IT including database, UNIX systems and network administration, he now advises Oracle's customers on secure implementations of information systems technology. Russ' certifications include Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), Oracle Certified Master (OCM), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Certified Technical Trainer (CTT).
    Pedro Lopes

    Pedro Lopes

    Pedro focuses on the DB Security Assessment Tool.

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For Mr. Lopes: I have recently discovered the DBSAT, but my site runs Oracle instances off of the Amazon cloud platform. Are there any known issues for running DBSAT on Amazon Linux 2? Thanks.

There are no known issues running DBSAT on Amazon Linux, but it isn't one of the distribution Show more.

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