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March 12

09:00 UTC   Start Times Around the World

Database Vault Basics Part 1- Enforcing a Trusted Path to Data
There are three common use cases for Database Vault
- Enforcing a trusted path to access sensitive data
- Controlling privileged users
- Enforcing separation of duties
This session will focus on trusted path - creating policies that only allow access to data by sessions meeting a set of pre-approved conditions. For example: an approved list of IP addresses, running approved programs, as the approved operating system user.

As always, we'll get started with a few product announcements, then move quickly into the technical session. Database Security Second Thursday for March 2020 focuses on Database Vault, and is applicable to databases running on premises, in the Oracle Cloud, and even in third-party clouds like AWS or Azure. Database Security Product Managers Rich Evans and Alan Williams will lead this session, where we will discuss one of the most common uses cases for Database Vault.

This is the third of several use-case focused sessions on Database Vault. In our previous sessions, we focused on advanced use cases, but received several request to cover some of the more common Database Vault uses. Trusted Path is one of the most-desired security controls, and is widely used across the Oracle customer base. If you are new to Database Vault, or even if you just haven't worked with it in a while, don't miss this session.

There are TWO identical sessions - just pick the one that works best with your schedule. As always, we start with announcements, then move into a technical presentation and then open the lines for your questions related to database security. The sessions are recorded and the recordings are usually available a few days after the session is held.

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Russ Lowenthal
Russ Lowenthal, Director of Database Security Product Management
Russ Lowenthal is the Director of Product Management for Database Security, focused on database encryption, access control, audit, and monitoring. Russ is based in Orlando, Florida, USA and has been with Oracle for over nineteen 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).
Richard C Evans
Richard C Evans, Product Manager, Database Security
Richard is part of the Database Security Product Management team, which responsible for many products, including Oracle Advanced Security (ASO), TDE & Data Redaction, Oracle Key Vault (OKV), Oracle Database Vault (DV), Oracle Audit Vault & DB Firewall (AVDF), Oracle Data Masking & Subsettings (DMS), Oracle Label Security (OLS), and Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool (DBSAT).
Alan Williams
Alan Williams, Database Security Product Manager
Alan is an expert on all things related to database security.