Oracle Database 11g: Security

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Code: D64456
Tuition (USD): $1,774.00 $1,685.30 • Self Paced
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GSA (USD): $1,519.29 • Self Paced
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Oracle Database 11g: Security Release 2 (11gR2-SECURITY)

In the Oracle Database 11g: Security course, students learn how they can use Oracle Database 11g features to meet the security, privacy and compliance requirements of their organization. The current regulatory environment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, HIPAA, the UK Data Protection Act, and others requires better security at the database level. This course explores how to secure a database and how to use the database features that enhance security and covers suggested architectures for common problems. This course covers the following security features of the database: auditing, encryption for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), including encryption at the column, tablespace and file levels, virtual private database, label security, and enterprise user security are also covered. In addition, Oracle Network security topics such as securing the listener and restricting connections by IP address are explored. This course also demonstrates how to identify business security requirements, set up security policies, implement access control, and manage user authentication.

Learn To:
  • Identify business security requirements
  • Set up security policies
  • Implement access control
  • Manage user authentication
  • Identify business security requirements
  • Set up security policies

Skills Gained

  • Restrict network access using firewalls and Oracle Connection Manager, and to limit user operations with SQL *Plus
  • Apply security policies and practices, choose security solutions, and configure the Management Agent and credentials
  • Recognize how Oracle Database 11g can be configured for maximum security
  • Utilize the auditing tools and techniques available in Oracle Database 11g
  • Recognize authentication methods and to configure authentication in Oracle Database 11g
  • Recognize the set up and implement Enterprise User security and proxy authentication in oracle database 11g
  • Increase database security by using, privileges, roles and applications contexts
  • Utilize Virtual Private Database in Oracle Database 11g
  • Utilize Oracle Label Security and the Oracle Data Masking Pack with Oracle Database 11g
  • Utilize encryption methods in Oracle Database 11g
  • Utilize Transparent Data Encryption and Recovery Manager encrypted backups in Oracle Database 11g
  • Configure Net Security and listeners in Oracle Database 11g

Who Can Benefit

  • Database Administrators
  • Security Administrators
  • Security Compliance Auditors
  • Security Compliance Professionals


  • Oracle Database 11g: Implementing Database Vault

Course Details

Oracle Database 11g: Introduction to Database Security and Solutions

  • Oracle Database 11g: Security Requirements
  • Data Integrity and Access Control

Oracle Database 11g: Database Security

  • Database Security Settings

Oracle Database 11g: Database Auditing

  • Database Auditing

Oracle Database 11g: Basic User and Strong Authentication

  • •Using Authentication

Oracle Database 11g: Enterprise User Security and Proxy Authentication

  • Enterprise User Security and Proxy Authentication

Oracle Database 11g: Privileges, Roles, and Application Contexts

  • Privileges, Roles, and Application Contexts

Oracle Database 11g: Virtual Private Database

  • Implementing Virtual Private Database

Oracle Database 11g: Oracle Label Security and the Data Masking Pack

  • Oracle Label Security
  • The Data Masking Pack

Oracle Database 11g: Encryption Concepts

  • Encryption Concepts

Oracle Database 11g: Transparent Data Encryption

  • Transparent Data Encryption
  • File Encryption

Oracle Database 11g: Oracle Net Services and Listener Security

  • Oracle Net Services
  • Listener Security

Oracle Database 11g: Firewalls, Oracle Connection Manager, and SQL*Plus Security

  • Using Oracle Connection Manager as a Firewall
  • SQL*Plus Security