Inside the Mind of a Database Hacker
• Mark Fallon, Lead Security Architect, Oracle Database
• Penny Avril, VP of Oracle Database Server Technologies
• Funny pre-event
Enterprise data has become an extremely valuable commodity, and therefore must be protected against theft from unscrupulous hackers. But, faced with a multitude of potential security vulnerabilities, where do we start?
If we can understand those vulnerabilities, as perceived by the mind of a hacker, then we can take a more practical approach to protecting our enterprise data.
This fun and interactive session will take us into the mind of a cybercriminal, we will learn some interesting facts about data security and discover how we can best protect this valuable commodity.
••• Mark Fallon, Lead Security Architect, Oracle Database •••
Mark is the lead security architect for Oracle Database and its associated product families and cloud services. Mark drives software assurance activities that span the entire software lifecycle of Oracle Database products and services, from initial design phase security reviews through to functional testing, ethical hacking, deployments and incident response.
As security lead for the last 11 years, Mark has a deep technical understanding of all hacking approaches taken against Oracle Database products and services.
••• Penny Avril, VP of Oracle Database Server Technologies •••
Based at Oracle’s HQ in Redwood Shores, California, Penny leads Oracle’s Database Product Management team. Penny’s responsibilities include product planning, positioning, collateral, go-to-market strategy and field enablement.
Penny also works closely with product release and development managers to take Oracle Database releases from design specs through development to production.
Penny has been with Oracle since 1995, and holds a BA in computer science from Cambridge University.