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Title: What's New in Oracle 23c Security
Presenter: Daniel Morgan
Organization: Oracle Corp.
Summary: New security focused features and options are added to every new release of the Oracle Database but often they do not get a deep dive review with respect to their business case and when they are, or may not be, appropriate.

This Workshop will start with a quick review of relevant security features included in earlier versions that should be adopted and focuses on the new security features in 23c.
Topic: Database/DBaaS Administration
Session Type: Two Hour Deep Dive
Target Audience: Database Administration
Experience Level: Advanced
Session: 3: 02/08/2024 11:20 am to 12:20 pm
Location: Database/DBaaS Administration
Biographical Sketch: Oracle ACE Director Alum Daniel Morgan is the current Director of the Technical Director for Database Security at Oracle. Morgan, best known for his Morgan's Library website, is a retired Adjunct Professor from the University of Washington who has spoken at hundreds of technical conferences in 49 countries since 2008, at OpenWorld many times, and now focuses his efforts on helping Oracle's database customers reduce the attack surface of their databases through optimized configuration.
Accomplishments: 57 years in IT, 37 years as a DBA, Developer, and Security SME with the Oracle Database.

Oracle ACE Director Alum

11 years adjunct professor at the University of Washington where I wrote and taught the Oracle program

Guest lecturer on Oracle at University of Oslo (Norway), University of Canterbury (New Zealand) and at multiple colleges and universities in North and South America.

Prior speaker at RMOUG in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, and 2022

Founding Database SIG leader of the Washington Software Association

Former publisher, MacTech Journal

The Morgan behind the Morgan's Library website (www.morganslibrary.org)

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