Category Archives: encryption
I had the pleasure of chatting with Peter Wahl, Oracle Principle Product Manager for Encryption and Secrets. He gives a great talk on Transparent Data Encryption and Oracle Key Vault.
#Oracle Database Application #Security book is finally out. #infosec #encryption #audit #SecureCoding #PrivilegeAnalysis #OID #OAM #OIM
https://www.amazon.com/Oracle-Database-Application-Security-Directory/dp/1484253663/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=oracle+database+lockard&qid=1573050833&sr=8-1 It’s been a year long process now the book is finally been released. There are a few things I would have written different and a few other subjects I would have liked to cover. Perhaps that will come in … Continue reading
Between ongoing data breaches and emerging technologies constantly coming out, you need to ask the question. “Is my information secure?” On October 11th we will be hosting a security day with Oracle Corporation in Reston Virginia. When: October 11, 2019 … Continue reading
Did you know when you type commands in sqlplus or sqlcl that include a password; if your network is not encrypted, the password is sent in the clear. In fact, all sql commands are sent in the clear to the … Continue reading
Let’s start with some key facts. I learned this from my High School Civics teacher who made us learn a bit about journalism along with studying the Constitution. Who: The Polish Oracle Users Group, hosted by some of the most … Continue reading
I was struggling last week getting mkstore and sqlcl to work together. sqlcl is Oracle’s new command line interface. For more on sqlcl see http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2015/15-sep/o55sql-dev-2692807.html. I have been using sqlcl almost exclusively for the past year and love it. I … Continue reading
August 13, 2018: NOTE UPDATE TO POST THIS IS SPECIFIC TO Oracle 12.1 and bellow. Oracle 12.2 and above, you can change an unencrypted tablespace to an encrypted tablespace. 1) When we start talking about securing information, the first thing that … Continue reading
NOTE: all demo data is fake. This is the demo code for encrypting data where there is an existing index. We are starting with a table customers_tst that is in the unencrypted tablespace dat. start with dropping the old test … Continue reading
Here is a teaser for the Oracle Transparent Data Encryption presentation We look at having an existing table with existing indexes. A policy comes out that says we need to encrypt SSN and Credit Card Numbers. Once we encrypt the … Continue reading
Oracle Technology Network Two Minute Tech Tip. Oracle Transparent Data Encryption.