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Applied Oracle Security demonstrates how to construct and gather a number of the Oracle applied sciences required to create the delicate functions demanded in state-of-the-art IT international. so much technical references simply talk about a unmarried product or product suite. As such, there isn't any roadmap to provide an explanation for tips on how to get one product, product-family, or suite to paintings with one other. This ebook fills that void with admire to Oracle Middleware and Database items and the world of protection.
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Users should not be able to change the data objects or perform DDL (such as create or drop tables). The second class of users will be the read-write users (Figure 1-3) who not only read the information but also update, enter, delete, and perform other tasks that can change the data. Typical examples are transaction-based applications and applications that are self-service in nature. FIGURE 1-3 Read-write users can read and update information. 18 Part I: Oracle Database Security New Features As with read-only users, read-write users should be prevented from accessing information outside of their application.
Put another way, the motivators help you define your business and technical targets. If you cannot reach specific goals, you cannot determine whether you have achieved success. You need to be able to answer the question, Is it secure enough? To do this, you must understand what you need to accomplish and why. Your job is to ensure that the applications and security implementations are aimed at the proper targets and thereby satisfy your business and technical goals. 6 Part I: Oracle Database Security New Features The security motivators give way to four principles for implementing security correctly.
The second objective is to address the case that you are not architecting a new application but rather installing, maintaining, or securing some other application—that is, a third-party or architected application developed by someone else. The objective here is to provide you with the information you need to ascertain the correct risks in such designs and provide initial guidance on what you might do better to fortify the design. In later chapters, we will use the information presented here to create or modify our schema models.