PCI-DSS Compliance with Oracle Database 11g

Woodbridge, NJ (Vocus) November 4, 2010

While the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) is a global IT security standard created to protect cardholder data, the rigorous standard – comprised of 12 main requirements – can be extremely daunting. Sam Alapati, Ph.D. – a renowned DBA expert and author of 8 bestselling Oracle books – examines how Oracle Database 11g can help satisfy the 12 PCI requirements.

Mr. Alapati provides a step-by-step analysis of how Oracle satisfies PCI-DSS compliance including which features and specific Oracle solutions should be used to satisfy PCI requirements. Key areas discussed are:

    Data protection
    Configuration standards & practices
    Protection of stored cardholder data
    Access restriction
    User management
    Identity management
    Audit-related sub-requirements
    Policy creation and maintenance
WHO:    Dr. Sam Alapati, Senior Technical Director, Miro Consulting

WHEN/ WHERE:    Available on-demand

Click here to register or go to http://bit.ly/aPTG1V

ABOUT:    This free webinar is part of Miro Consulting’s CIO Trusted Advisory seminar series.

Miro Consulting, Inc. helps companies analyze and negotiate enterprise software contracts – specifically Microsoft and Oracle licensing. In addition, the company offers software asset management and IT security consulting services. Miro Consulting has helped 400+ clients worldwide to optimize their total cost of ownership (TCO). A privately held, award-winning company, Miro has overseen over $ 1 billion in Oracle and Microsoft transactions.

For more information, go to http://www.miroconsulting.com/databasesecurity/.

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