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May 10

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Description

EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Oracle Database
The database is at the heart of every application; it is critical to every enterprise that their data be secure. And in the new era of QDPR, it's critical for developers and administrators to know how Oracle Database can help them with new requirements.

02:30: What is GDPR?
12:06 Database Security and GDPR
14:40 Q&A

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Russ Lowenthal
Russ Lowenthal, Senior Director of Database Security Product Management    
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).

Questions

Question
Our Organization is using Oracle 12C Database, we have a requirement that we should encrypt our data at rest. My question is Does Oracle 12C by default enforce any encryption mechanism to the Data at rest in Database. If not, Can you suggest me some mechanism to achieve database encryption at rest.
Answer

For on-premises Oracle Databases, the Advanced Security license option includes the Transparent D Show more.

Answered by Alan Williams -