Published By - Brian Curtis

Helping Address GDPR Compliance Using Oracle Security Solutions


Oracle Security Solutions and GDPR

With all the activity around the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation, some organizations are scrambling to understand the impact it will have, including but not limited to:

  • Potential fines up to 4% of annual revenue turnover and legal costs and recourse
  • Reviewing and modifying organizational processes, applications, and systems
  • New and more stringent privacy and security requirements to be addressed

Addressing GDPR compliance requires a coordinated strategy involving different organizational entities including legal, human resources, marketing, security, IT and others. Organizations should therefore have a clear strategy and action plan to address the security requirements with an eye towards the May 25, 2018 due date.

Leveraging our experience built over the years and our technological capabilities, Oracle is committed to help customers implement a strategy designed to address the security compliance. This whitepaper explains how Oracle Security solutions can be used to help implement a security framework that addresses the compliance issue.

GDPR promotes the use of best practices and well established security concepts.

Overall, GDPR addresses the key security tenets of confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems and data. Oracle has a long history, and proven record, of securing data and systems. Oracle security includes a full set of hybrid cloud solutions, from the chip to applications, that help prevent, detect, respond to, and predict security threats; it can also help address regulations like the GDPR.

Oracle Security Solutions and GDPR

Oracle has an extensive value proposition to help address GDPR requirements that impact data inventory, risk awareness, application modification, and architecture integration.

Oracle Security Products that Can Help Address GDPR

Oracle provides on-prem and cloud security products for hybrid cloud environments that are designed to help protect data, manage user identities, and monitor and audit IT environments.

Based on our experience and technological capabilities, Oracle is committed to help customers with a strategy designed to achieve the new security compliance. To learn more about how Oracle help please read the full report.

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