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Monday my presentation was suprisingly full up Ok it was a small roomand no one fell asleep or ran screaming so that classifies it as successful in my book. In truth the talk went very well and the audience genuinely seemed to appreciate the hard work I had put in, and the contribution made by Co-speaker Philip Weedon.
Grant made contributions from Unix perspective including how to log bash commands to syslog cool and re-iterated the benefits of centralising audit trail.
Had a chat after and started the post talk celebrations which resulted in going to bed at breakfast time. The rest of the two days should be annotated with the fact that it took me approximately two days to recover from the Monday night, but it was worth it as had some very interesting talks about how DBA privilege is actually managed — in practise — which is different from the typical Identity Management perspective…more to come on this.
Tuesday was a later start and helped Pete with the Oracle Security Roundtable which was well attended with lively discussion. What we know is there are a lot of new features for security in 12c as well a lot of extra products that can be purchased to enhance the security of the database. Conversely I think the actual core security of the central product has been degraded in some ways.
For instance password complexity, account locking, password history, failed login throttling etc are no longer effective on SYS in 11 upwards.
Identity Management of lower privileged accounts in Oracle is a good thing, but it certainly becomes more difficult once the users are privileged as they can break the chains that bind them…. Also discussed identifying sql injections and killing the session automatically…but difficult for a session to kill itself.
This would be handy when trying to automatically defend against an attack. Obviously it is possible to call out to the OS but within the DB this is not so easy…work to do again.
Also Pete mentioned using a trigger to enable core audit to save on performance. A lot of this changes in 12c but the concepts were very interesting… Pete then transferred to DBA access control mode and described how the power of the DBA can be controlled through individual proxy users proxying to a core dba role which is customised.
This is a good strategy for BAU.
Pythian were prominent with some interesting work on Human reliability and Privileged Access Monitoring. Absolute applications were busy with their training offerings and DSP had 6 presentations so the vendor element looked healthy.
Of course there are loads others, these are just the presentations that caught my eye. The general opinion was that the conference was better than last year. In short Manchester is literally a cool place and thankfully still serviced by Virgin trains, so see you there next year.
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