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November 10, 2009

Oracle releases new version of Audit Vault

To automate database auditing and monitoring

By CBR Staff Writer

Oracle has released Audit Vault Release 10.2.3.2, to help organisations secure enterprise databases and address regulatory requirements. The new offering introduces new reporting and alerting capabilities that streamline and help reduce the cost of the database audit process.

According to Oracle, the new version for database auditing and activity monitoring delivers new reporting, alerting, and other compliance features. It automates database audit process with features including, report scheduling, notification, attestation and archiving capabilities; and entitlement reports with up-to-date snapshots of Oracle database users, privileges and profiles.

In addition, it also includes compliance reports to address the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the HIPAA and the Payment Card Industry data security standard regulatory requirements for database activity monitoring and audit; and automated cleanup of audit trail data from supported Oracle and non-Oracle databases.

The company said that the new version of Audit Vault also introduces support for email alerts as well as an automated interface to BMC Remedy IT Service Management Suite to help organizations streamline database activity monitoring and audit process. Audit data is automatically consolidated into a centralised repository based on the company’s data warehousing technology. It features various built-in and customisable reports to help organisations save time and costs.

Vipin Samar, vice president at Oracle, said: This new release of Oracle Audit Vault will allow organizations to further automate their database activity monitoring and auditing processes, reducing the overall cost of meeting regulatory requirements and securing critical data.”

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