Database security packs for Oracle and SQL Server

Vormetric introduced the Vormetric Database Security Packs, which deliver data security, key security and separation of duties for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database environments. They are the first solutions providing fully-tested policies to quickly establish a consistent and centralized approach for securing Oracle and SQL Server database data and also provide strong separation of duties.

Vormetric Database Security Packs integrate seamlessly with Vormetric Data Security Manager, Vormetric Database Encryption Expert, Vormetric File Encryption Expert and Vormetric Key Security Expert. The Vormetric Database Security Packs complement Vormetric’s ability to centrally manage encryption, keys and policies for all database types, including DB2, Informix, Sybase and MySQL.

The first offering, Vormetric Database Security Pack for Oracle, will be generally available September 30, 2008. This security pack offers three distinct modules to fit any organization’s Oracle security environment:

  • Encryption and Access Control: For customers requiring Oracle Encryption, this database encryption and security policy module transparently encrypts and controls access to sensitive data within the Oracle Database, Oracle log files and Oracle configuration files for single node, replicated and clustered environments.
  • Oracle Key Security: For customers who have adopted Oracle Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), the key security policy module locks down stored Oracle keys and Oracle Wallet.
  • Oracle Database Vault Execution Environment Security: For customers who have adopted Oracle Database Vault, the Vormetric Security Pack for Oracle secures the execution environment and completes the separation of duties model.

The Vormetric Security Pack for Oracle supports all versions of Oracle Database and data types and complements Vormetric Data Security’s ability to encrypt any file, any database, any application, anywhere – without the need and expense of changing applications, indexes, database management practices or breaking application vendor support agreements.




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