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A paper on Sentrigo Hedgehog and Pete Finnigan webinar slides

March 12th, 2010 by Pete

I did two webinars this week with Sentrigo titled "The right way to Secure Oracle", these went well. The slides for the talks have been added to my Oracle Security white papers page.

I have also written a short article about the Sentrigo HedgeHog Enterprise Database activity monitoring and Intrusion prevention product. The article is around 30 pages long and covers install, why I like the product and also how to use the built in vPatch rules and also how to set up custom rules. The article includes plenty of examples and also shows examples of testing the rules with exploits. The paper is in pdf only and is available from my Oracle Security white papers page, please have a look!

March 2010

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