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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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SANS announces the new Securing Oracle training course

The new 6 day hands on "Securing Oracle" training course is to be debuted in San Diegio in April 2005. This is the course that I have written for SANS over the last 9 - 10 months. The details for the San Diego Conference have recently been added to the SANS website. If you follow he link to the track you can find the Securing Oracle track listed.

The main page for the course description gives an introduction to the course and also a statement from me. Details for each of the days are then available from links to the top right of the page. I will list them here for convenience.

This is a comprehensive course on Securing an Oracle database that covers every area of securing an Oracle database from why it could be insecure, how hackers can exploit it and how to plan to secure it, audit it and make it secure.

I will talk again in a bit more details about the structure of the course in another later post, I just wanted to let people know that the course is going to be debuted early next year.