INTRODUCING ORACLE DATABASE FIREWALL

Research indicates that about 5% of data breaches, unauthorized alterations, and even loss of data have been in their storage or the same database as occurring by different people, either intentionally or unintentionally.
Implementing and implementing Oracle Database Firewall as the forefront of database protection, you can control the performance of people and database traffic in real-time, outdoors. These controls and restrictions can prevent these unwanted or unwanted robberies or sabotage in the organization’s database.

INTRODUCING ORACLE DATABASE FIREWALL

Oracle Database Firewall as the first line of defense to prevent the database from internal and external attacks. Highly accurate SQL grammar-based technology monitors SQL traffic on the network and prevents unauthorized access before accessing the database. The Oracle Database Firewall is easily configurable and can be deployed without modification to existing applications.
Common uses of this firewall include giving special authority to a specific group of users to use a resource as well as preventing those outside the group from accessing the resource. Another feature of this tool is limiting suspicious queries. As you know, one of the ways to infiltrate and destroy a database is to use malicious queries. Another useful advantage of this tool is its ability to report and alert. It can also report, report, and report in cases where it is identifiable and suspicious.

 

Key Features

• Flexibility in implementation including monitoring and blocking models
• Whitelist, blacklist, and exception list policies
• Highly scalable architecture for enterprise applications
• Dozens of customizable pre-built reports
• Instant security alerts
• Support for Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, and IBM DB2
• Support for advanced Oracle TDE security

 

Related Products

• Oracle Audit Vault
• Oracle Database Vault
• Oracle Advanced Security

 

Security Scenario The

Database Firewall setup is in line with the security and control scenario. The following is where the Oracle Database Firewall is located and how it interacts with other components of the Oracle security scenario.

Oracle Database Firewall Network Security Examines the meaning of the SQL statement sent to the database by examining the meaning of the SQL statement and identifying appropriate security policies to apply. Grammar sorting and profiling based on Session factors is a powerful way to track database access. In this way, the Oracle Database Firewall is able to detect changes in common behavior, such as SQL Injection attacks on programs and prevent attacks, before reaching the database. This highly sophisticated method provides a much higher degree of protection than the first generation of database surveillance technologies that were identified by the security threat signature recognition.

 

Flexible security policies

The Oracle Database Firewall supports a variety of policies such as whitelist, blacklist, and exception list. The white list is a set of verified SQL statements that the firewall expects to see. They can transcend time or extend through experimental environments. The blacklist contains templates, tables, users, and SQL statements that are not allowed to be sent to the database. List-based exceptions policies provide more flexibility that can replace whitelist and blacklist policies. Policies can be applied based on properties such as SQL classification, time, schedule, user and IP address. The Oracle Database Firewall can record requests, display alerts, block SQL statement entry, or replace it with a secure SQL statement.

 

Customization Reports and Alerts The

Oracle Database Firewall includes dozens of reports that can be easily customized for regulations such as the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Immediate alerts can be created to respond quickly to any exception policy. For privacy and compliance needs, identifiable personal information in SQL can be logged.

It is necessary to explain that LeveSpace IT Development Company has experience in implementing this tool in different organizations.

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