среда, 24 февраля 2010 г.

Приглашение на веб-семинары РДТЕХ и Oracle

новости партнеров

С весны 2009 года РДТЕХ регулярно проводит серии веб-мероприятий. Стартующий третий цикл продолжит изучение направления Oracle Fusion Middleware и будет посвящён обзору портальных решений и управлению контентом с помощью программных продуктов Oracle.

Отдельный веб-семинар будет посвящён Oracle Information Rights Management - решению по управлению правами доступа к документам.

И партнёры, и клиенты могут запросить у РДТЕХ записи этой и предыдущих серий веб-семинаров и полезные материалы по теме.

Полностью пресс-релиз можно прочитать на странице http://www.rdtex.ru/win/root/news20100208.html
Контактное лицо в РДТЕХ - Надежда Бычкова

четверг, 18 февраля 2010 г.

Oracle Label Security получила международный сертификат Common Criteria EAL4+

Common Criteria EAL4+ Certification Awarded to Oracle Label Security 11g

Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition and Oracle Label Security 11g have been awarded Common Criteria EAL4+ certification. What does this mean for you? It means that a third-party evaluator has rigorously tested these products and certified that they fulfill Oracle’s claims and meet Oracle security goals. Can your database product make that claim?

Common Criteria evaluations involve formal rigorous analysis and testing to examine the security aspects of a product or system. The extensive testing involves a comprehensive and formally repeatable process, confirming that the security product functions as claimed by the manufacturer. Security weaknesses and potential vulnerabilities are specifically examined during wide-ranging evaluation and testing. The Oracle Database has gone through more than 20 independent evaluations over the years.

Первоисточник - INFORMATION INDEPTH NEWSLETTERS, Database Insider Edition, February 2010

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Запланирована сертификация Oracle Label Security во ФСТЭК

вторник, 16 февраля 2010 г.

Oracle Database Vault получила международный сертификат Common Criteria EAL4+

Common Criteria EAL4+ Certification Awarded to Oracle Database Vault 11g

Oracle Database Vault, the industry's first and only native database privileged user control and multi-factor authorization solution, has been awarded the international Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4 Augmented (EAL 4+) certification. This certification means that organizations worldwide can continue to have the utmost confidence in the security afforded by Oracle Database Vault.

The Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluations is an internationally recognized standard (ISO 15408) to measure the security of IT products.

The evaluation standard was initially developed by the national security organizations of the United States, Canada, U.K., France, Germany, and the Netherlands, and provides a broad range of evaluation criteria for many types of commercial and nationally sensitive government-use IT security products. EAL 4+ is the highest mutually recognized certification level. This level requires the deepest level of evaluation possible from an independent testing laboratory and is considered a critical measure of the quality of an IT security product and a procurement requirement by governments and IT professionals globally.

Первоисточник - INFORMATION INDEPTH NEWSLETTERS, Database Insider Edition, January 2010

Скан сертификата доступен по ссылке

Напоминаем, что Oracle Database Vault также прошла сертификацию ФСТЭК "как средство защиты объектов баз данных". Подробности в сертификате №1849 от 25 мая 2009 г. и ТУ испытаний (по запросу)

ПРЕСС-РЕЛИЗ "Ведущая аналитическая фирма назвала Oracle лидером рынка решений для управления Web-доступом"

Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Web Access Management” positions Oracle in the Leaders quadrant

Redwood Shores, CA – Jan. 5, 2010
The Gartner Magic Quadrant positions vendors within a particular segment based on completeness of vision and their ability to execute on that vision.
According to Gartner, “The leaders in the WAM [Web Access Management] market for 2009 have matured, with larger vendors offering relatively strong products at reasonable prices, investing in new associated functionality and ‘complete identity management’ strategies that leverage their customer bases for increased sales and market share. The leaders have experienced continued strong growth year over year, while almost every other entrant in the Magic Quadrant has experienced slower growth or no growth, or is working from a significantly smaller customer base. To lead in the WAM and larger access management markets in 2009 and beyond, vendors will need to focus on providing a full-featured product, the necessary organizational skill set, deployment scenarios and expertise, and recommendations as to how individual customers can best use their products in their broader IAM initiatives.”

About Oracle Access Manager
Oracle Access Manager delivers centralized and automated single sign-on to help enterprises manage who has access to what information across the entire IT infrastructure, promoting greater control enforcement, lower operational costs and stronger enterprise security.
Oracle Access Manager is part of Oracle Identity Management, a comprehensive, scalable and integrated suite of identity management (IdM) solutions that allow enterprises to manage the complete lifecycle of user identities across all internal and external enterprise resources.

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“Enterprises increasingly depend on a complex mix of Web-based applications and Internet services to successfully run their businesses,” said Amit Jasuja, vice president, Oracle Identity Management. "With best-in-class Web access management, enterprises not only have quick access to the growing Web application universe, but also streamlined and protected enterprise security. We believe our placement in the Leaders quadrant demonstrates Oracle’s commitment to deliver flexible, integrated and easy-to-use solutions that enterprises around the world trust to manage their enterprise security.”

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