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This is the weblog for Pete Finnigan. Pete works in the area of Oracle security and he specialises in auditing Oracle databases for security issues. This weblog is aimed squarely at those interested in the security of their Oracle databases.

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Slides from OUGN Norway and RISK 2008 Norway available

I was over in Norway this week and the Oracle User Group Norway (OUGN) asked me to speak at an evening user group meeting of theirs. This was a eally friendly group and it was a pleasure to speak there. The slides for the two talks I gave are on my Oracle Security white papers page. The individual papers are "Oracle Security Basics" - which out of interest is not intended to mean a basic presentation but is about getting the building blocks right in terms of securing an Oracle database. The second paper is "Oracle Security Tools".

Then I was asked to speak at the RISK 2008 Conference organised by Mnemonic one of the key security consultancies in Norway. It was a good conference (mostly in Norwegian) but I enjoyed Marcus Ranum's talk which was interesting from the point of view that we are on the same wave length, he was saying some of the same things I say about security and particularly data security. It was nice to have a chat with him after lunch also.