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Pete Finnigan's Oracle Security Weblog

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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Register for a Free Webinar with PFCLForensics for Breached Oracle Databases

I will be giving a free webinar hosted with our reseller/distributer in Slovenia and the Balkans region - Palsit. The free webinar is at 09:00 UK time or 10:00 CET time on the 22nd September 2021. In this webinar I am going to do a live walk through and do a live demonstration of our new product PFCLForensics. This will show the three core areas of the product:

  • Manage the Oracle database incident: The incident team can use the easy to use checklist to manage the response to any potential breach of the Oracle database

  • Live Response on an Oracle Database: Extract evidence and artefacts from the targeted Oracle database using our built in tools so that the most volatile data can be extracted first so making less impact on the database and future evidence. All extracted data is checksummed to allow a consistent view of the data

  • Forensic Analysis of an Oracle Database: Analyse all of the extracted evidence and create a timeline of events and artefacts. Also create a supporting timeline to allow surrounding data to be extracted. Use the time sync feature to ensure that all evidence is aligned with wall time. Use the reporting features to create a report of the attack

PFCLForensics is suitable for internal security teams, external investigators who are responsible to provide support and analysis during a breach response. Consulting companies can also use this toolset to provide support during a breach of an Oracle database for their clients.

PFCLForensics is also useful for internal and external teams to test and practice your response to a potential breach of your Oracle databases

To join this free webinar please visit the registration page. The webinar is in English.