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Title: MySQL Enterprise Security Best Practices
Presenter: Mike Frank
Organization: Oracle
Name Organization
Mandy Pang Oracle
Airton Lastori Oracle
Summary: Do you want to deploy, configure, design, enhance, or assess MySQL Database security? In this session, we will provide prescriptive guidance for securing MySQL. We will cover the risks and security concepts that drive our procedures for evaluating and hardening a MySQL Database. Topics include user account lockout and password policies, integration with centralized enterprise authentication, password-less and multifactor authentication, security and compliance auditing, OS hardening, backup and recovery, firewalls, TLS, and more. This session is intended for DBAs, system and application administrators, security specialists, auditors, help desk, and platform deployment professionals.
Database/DBaaS Administration
Track Sponsor: RMOUG Alumni
Session Type: One Hour Session
Target Audience: System Administration, Security, Infrastructure
Experience Level: Intermediate
Session: Session 9: 02/17/2023 11:20 am to 12:20 pm
Location: ROOM 105
Biographical Sketch: Mike has been involved in many complex products and he has a background spanning databases, security, tools, packaging, and backup: 18+ new products. He has spent 13+ years at Oracle as MySQL PM Dir on database, connectors, security, tools, repos, backup, and OCI. He was a founder at Gazzang->Cloudera and worked on Linux kernel crypto and key managers. He was a co-founder/Dir for Idera: 5 database management products. He worked with NetIQ, a line of products for Security assessment. His has experience with databases, OS, security, e-business, and trading systems.
Accomplishments: Recent - wrote MySQL DISA STIG and MySQL CIS Benchmarks

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