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Oracle promises tighter security for SOAs

October 1st, 2006 by Pete

Oracle promises tighter security for SOAs - Elizabeth Montalbano

"Oracle has always made bold claims about the security of its database and applications. Now the company has said it will make security a priority as it begins rolling out its next-generation software products for building service-oriented architectures (SOAs), Oracle Fusion, in the next several years.

Speaking at an event in New York on Wednesday, Oracle President Charles Phillips outlined three areas of security that will be important to Oracle going forward -- access control, data privacy and compliance. Acquisitions and internal product development over the last 18 months have given Oracle a comprehensive portfolio in this area, allowing the company to think of security "holistically" across its product line, he said.

"We take it pretty seriously," Phillips said. "We [are putting] security where it belongs, which is consistent across the architecture.""

October 2006

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