Oracle Customers Combat Data Theft Using Encryption Wizard for Oracle 11g

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Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 14:22:10 -0700
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[Quoted] LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 18, 2007 - The Encryption Wizard, now released for Oracle 11g databases, offers cost-effective transparent data encryption for security.

RDC, Inc. announced today that their flagship security software offering, the Encryption Wizard for Oracle, is now available for the new Oracle 11g database. The Encryption Wizard is the first transparent data encryption tool designed for the Oracle RDBMS and affords users point-and-click encryption of sensitive corporate data to guard against data-theft.

Large Fortune 500 companies like Avis Budget Group, seeking compliance management with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), have successfully employed the Encryption Wizard on mission-critical production systems. "With our new release for Oracle 11g," RDC marketing director Don Parret says,
"users now have a stable upgrade path for years to come."

Aside from compliance issues, the Encryption Wizard for Oracle also shields business and public sector entities from the inherent costs of a security breach. In a study for the University of Hartford, it was calculated that a successful hacker would cost the institution six million dollars, simply by plucking social security numbers from their Oracle databases.|

"Transparent encryption, good performance, and low cost make the
Encryption Wizard a winner," declares David Demabey, who headed up the University's project to encrypt their relational data. "Performance for the Encryption Wizard is outstanding, and it is the product I would recommend to anyone for purchase."

The future of database security is encryption. By rendering data useless to a hacker through AES and DES cryptography, Encryption Wizard clients like Avis and University of Hartford avoid the catastrophic costs of doing nothing until it is too late. Received on Sun Sep 23 2007 - 23:22:10 CEST

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