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D72591 - Implementing Oracle Database Firewall


In this course you will learn to configure an Oracle Database Firewall and an Oracle Database Firewall Management Server. You will learn to use enforcement points to deploy Database Firewall policies. You will use the Oracle Database Firewall Administration Console, a Web browser-based application for configuring, managing, and monitoring the system. You will configure stored procedure auditing and user role auditing. The configuration and use of local and remote monitoring is discussed in this course. Additional topics include reporting, archiving data, and email alerts.

You will use the Oracle Database Firewall Analyzer to create policies that the Oracle Database Firewall uses to block, alert, log or permit SQL statements.

Learn To:

  • Use Oracle Database Firewall to monitor and block unauthorized SQL traffic before it reaches the database
  • Create a defensive perimeter that helps prevent SQL injection, application bypass, and other malicious activity from reaching the database
  • Create white-list, black-list, and exception-list based policies to protect databases
  • Generate customized reports to comply with regulations


Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
  • Understand how to Install Oracle Database Firewalls and Oracle Database Firewall Management Server
  • Configure an Oracle Database Firewall and Oracle Database Firewall Management Server
  • Configure data policies to protect databases
  • View predefined and generate customized summary, compliance, and audit reports
  • Archive data
  • Configure stored procedure auditing
  • Configure user role auditing
  • Configure local monitoring
  • Configure remote monitoring


    Module 1: Introduction to Oracle Database Firewall
    Module 2: Installing Oracle Database Firewall
    Module 3: Configuring Oracle Database Firewall
    Module 4: Configuring Policies
    Module 5: Creating Advanced Configuration Policies
    Module 6: Reporting
    Module 7: Stored Procedure Auditing
    Module 8: User Role Auditing
    Module 9: Configuring and Using Local Monitoring
    Module 10: Configuring and Using Remote Monitoring
    Module 11: Additional System Management Tasks


    Who Should Attend
    • Database Administrators
    • Security Administrators
    • Security Compliance Professionals
    • Network Administrator


    • General knowledge of SQL

    Suggested Prerequisites:

    • General knowledge of networks




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