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It’s clear that Oracle is the future for enterprise information systems data storage
and retrieval – but finding the right reference materials can be difficult. For the first
time, over 150 Oracle Database Security Interview Questions are here to guide your learning. From helping you to assess your Oracle Security skills to evaluating candidates for a job, Oracle Database Security Interview Questions will help you understand very quickly what you really need to know, and what you can safely ignore. The book is organized around Oracle database security vulnerabilities, database security design, and database control and audit functionality. Each
question includes everything you need to know to master the security interview or properly evaluate a candidate. More than just a rehash of Oracle documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on project knowledge and experience gained on successful high-profile Oracle implementations.

Key certification and interview topics include:

*Assessing Oracle Database Vulnerabilities
P*reserving User Identity, JDBC Connection Pools
*Using secure access roles to lock down databases
*Using database views to provide row-level access controls
*Ensuring user accountability with Auditing

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ISBN: 9781603320085
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