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Oracle expands security portfolio with new capabilities built around AI and machine learning

Oracle expands security portfolio with new capabilities built around AI and machine learning

Oracle recently announced expansion of its security portfolio that will help organizations detect and protect against threats and also launched a new partner program.

The Oracle Identity Security Operations Center (SOC) portfolio of services has been expanded to include new capabilities with which enterprises can manage and certify user identities, confidential data and applications more securely.

Built on our advanced artificial intelligence and automation technologies, Oracle Identity SOC portfolio now offers cloud-native identity governance combined with adaptive security designed to protect our customer’s cloud and digital services,” said Rohit Gupta, group vice president, Cloud Security, Oracle.

Oracle’s integrated suite of SOC service portfolio and Oracle Management Cloud was first unveiled at Oracle OpenWorld 2017, with the primary objective of helping organizations to forecast, detect, resolve and reduce threats and help in solving infrastructure and application performance issues.

Rohit added, “In addition to strengthening internal security monitoring, Oracle’s comprehensive cross-stack threat detection capabilities provide broad threat detection range, less noise from false positives and a high level of accuracy in detecting and remediating threats against the enterprise’s most important IT asset–its data.”

The expanded Oracle Identity SOC portfolio includes:

Automated Identity Governance for Hybrid Clouds: The first cloud native identity governance for hybrid cloud will be fully integrated and native to Oracle Identity SOC portfolio, Oracle’s SaaS applications, and Oracle Management Cloud.

Configuration Management: The new feature in Oracle Configuration and Compliance Cloud Service which is built on Oracle Management Cloud will detect the configuration settings across any customer’s organization, automatically and in real time; and find outlier configurations using machine learning that can be corrected automatically.

Expanded Consumer Identity Management: Through integrations with Oracle Marketing Cloud and Oracle data cloud, Oracle expanded its consumer identity management capabilities in its Identity Cloud Service to help organizations build more comprehensive and result oriented marketing campaigns, with improved consumer insights and analytics.

Oracle also announced the launch of Identity SOC Security Network in Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The program will facilitate technology integrations with leading security vendors.

Reportedly, Oracle is all set to announce its Q2 fiscal 2018 results on December 14. It has been registering high revenue with its SaaS, PaaS and IaaS cloud services, it will be interesting to see whether the trend continues in 2018 as well.

Stay tuned for latest updates.

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