Oracle buys Secerno for Database Security
Oracle buys Secerno development including firewall databases. The amount of the transaction was not disclosed.
Each month there has been a redemption for Oracle. After acquiring the compatriot Phase Forward, software specialist pharmaceutical data management in April for 685 million dollars, the publisher announced on Friday the acquisition of Secerno.
This time, the leader in software is growing in security, for an undisclosed fee. Secerno, an English firm, produces firewall (DataWall) for databases. At stake, control and access to data, a strategic area at a time when businesses are increasingly subject to legal constraints in this area.
The solution blocks unauthorized events in real-time processes in critical systems. It is based on R & D of computer lab at the University of Oxford.
It will complement an already well-supplied catalog: Oracle Advanced Security, Oracle Database Vault Audit Vault Oracle and.
The acquisition should be finalized before the end of June.
Re: Oracle buys Secerno for Database Security
To summarize, the system controls how to access to the information unfolds. If it detects an anomaly, it blocks access to data. The amount of this acquisition is however not provided. Oracle therefore intends to complete its suite of security solutions-oriented databases (data privacy, compliance rule, preventing attacks like SQL injections).
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