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Oracle CASB for Oracle HCM Cloud

Many businesses depend on business-critical applications such as Oracle HCM Cloud to elevate their business processes and engage better with their employees and contractors. These applications contain business-critical, sensitive and confidential information and security is paramount. It is important to actively monitor all activities across all the modules of HCM Cloud to ensure a traceable set of changes across roles, configurations and business objects. This paper discusses how Oracle CASB augments Oracle HCM Cloud's security by providing greater visibility, threat protection and helping with compliance.

Making Sense of the Shared Responsibility Model

Although many enterprises adopt new cloud applications on a regular basis, few have real-world experience in securely adopting these services…

How to Quantify the Value of a CASB

Securing all of your cloud services will require you and your team to make a bulletproof business case for a CASB.

The Importance of User Behavior Analytics for Cloud Service Security

UBA is quickly becoming a critical component of enterprise security, especially as companies migrate to the cloud…

Hiding in Plain Sight: How a CASB with Built-In UBA Unmasks Insider Threats in the Cloud

Threats for sure come from the outside, but the internal threat is real and will not be detected by traditional preventive approaches. Authorized users performing malicious activity can be detected and UBA is the tool to do so.

Securing Oracle Cloud Applications with Oracle CASB Cloud Service

In this whitepaper, we discuss how Oracle Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) Cloud Service helps protect critical and sensitive data stored as part of Oracle Cloud apps such as ERP Cloud, HCM Cloud and Customer Experience Cloud.

Threat Detection using Machine Learning by Oracle CASB Cloud Service

A common tactic in many types of attacks is to execute "low volume" (few transactions) and "low velocity" (few targets) transactions that can be difficult to detect in highly-active cloud services. When such attacks are propagated by nation states, they can be harder to identify and defend against. This is an area where machine learning and artificial intelligence can help significantly. Oracle Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) helped detect and notify customer teams about one such recent attack.
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