Oracle security under scrutiny

Monday, 6 March 2006, 10:33 AM EST

When someone attacks your company's I.T. systems, they're usually after one thing: your data. Pilfering information about employees, clients, intellectual property, or business strategy from well-guarded databases has typically been an inside job perpetrated by employees with a certain level of access to the database system. This is still the case, but databases are becoming more vulnerable to the outside world as Web-facing apps demand faster access to information and databases move closer to the network perimeter, opening them to network-based attacks.

At InformationWeek.

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