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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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Oracle Security Training in London with Oracle University

I have just agreed some training dates with Oracle University in London and I will be teaching my very popular two day class How to Perform a security audit of an Oracle database on the 29th and 30th April 2019. This class teaches you how to secure data in all of your Oracle databases. The class covers Oracle 11g, 12.1c, 12.2c and 18c. The focus of the class is to look at why data is insecure and how people can steal and hack it and then to use the vehicle of an audit of an Oracle database to walk through the process of assessing all aspects of an Oracle database for security issues and also discussing solutions as we go.

The class includes a download of a lot real world useful tools and scripts that you can take away and use in your own security assessments of your own Oracle databases.

I made a video of the outline of the class a while ago and this is a good 5 minute discussion of what to expect in the class.

The details from Oracle to enable you to register for this class are here.

I will also be teaching my one day class "Hardening and securing Oracle" on the 1st May also at the same venue with Oracle in London so it will be possible to take both classes as a 3 day event. I will have the registration details for the 3rd day soon from Oracle.

I look forwards to meeting everyone in London in April and being able to teach and discuss securing data in your Oracle databases.