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Oracle Unveils Oracle Audit Vault And Database Firewall - Quick Facts

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Oracle Corp. (ORCL: Quote) on Wednesday announced the availability of Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall, which protects Oracle and non-Oracle databases, by monitoring network traffic and analyzing audit data.

Merging the core capabilities of Oracle Audit Vault and Oracle Database Firewall products, the new Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall product expands protection beyond Oracle and third party databases with support for auditing the operating system, directories and custom sources, the company said.

The company stated that Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall serves as a critical detective and preventive control to protect against the abuse of legitimate access to databases responsible for almost all data breaches and cyber attacks.

Key features of the new Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall product includes database activity monitoring and firewall, expanded enterprise auditing, consolidated reporting and alerting.

SQL Traffic monitoring of all certified versions of Oracle and third party databases including Microsoft SQL Server, SAP Sybase, IBM DB2, and MySQL; a unique approach to SQL grammar analysis to reduce millions of SQL statements into "clusters" for unrivaled accuracy and scalability; and easy to create whitelists, blacklists and exception lists to better detect unauthorized database activity including SQL injection attacks.

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