This course is a one day seminar that gives the delegates an appreciation of what is involved in securing the Oracle database platform and also securing personal data in an Oracle database in relation to the new GDPR law in the EU. This class explores which elements of Oracle Security are appropriate for the GDPR.
The class starts the day with the basics of GDPR; what is it, what does it mean for you. The focus of the class is to take the relevant sections of the GDPR law and review and explore which elements of the Oracle database may need to be addressed to help with compliance. We cover looking for personal data (data assessment); security of personal data and the database itself (security by design); data subjects rights (including erasure); writing a security policy for Oracle and automated vulnerability scanning; monitoring access to data (Audit Trails); monitoring database security (Audit Trails); How to deal with an incident and breach notification;
The aim of the class is for students to get an appreciation of where the risks lie in processing and use of data in their organisations’ Oracle databases. Including:
- How data is stolen and can be stored weakly in an Oracle database
- How GDPR affects security choices in the Oracle database
- How to plan for data security compliance, develop a data security policy
The class is one day, 9am to 5pm, and is instructor-led with some demonstrations.
The course can be held at your site or students can attend a public class. No public classes are scheduled at present. Details of on-site requirements are provided during the booking process.
The class is intended for DBA’s, Developers,security professionals, IT management and anyone involved in deploying, developing and maintaining Oracle databases. No detailed technical knowledge of Oracle databases is necessary in advance.
The student will receive a URL to download a zip file that includes:
- The course notes as PDF files
- Free PL/SQL tools and scripts
- All of the examples used as SQL and PL/SQL scripts