Thursday, August 2, 2007

Data Encryption Software Should be Easy to Use



Oracle Database Security Using Intuitive Encryption Software.

What is database encryption? Simply, it is encrypting the actual physical data within your relational database. Encryption is the best way to guard against data-theft and the huge costs you incur when that happens. With a good encryption strategy, a data thief will be holding junk and not valuable corporate or government data.

A successful database encryption tool should be easy-to-use and intuitive. Managing encrypted data and migrated applications is more daunting than the actual Encryption Process and should be made as painless as possible.

Tools like the Encryption Wizard for Oracle allow you to secure your Oracle data without a headache. If your Encryption efforts are not point-and-click or intuitive, well what are you doing?

Download the Encryption Wizard today, and make Oracle security an attainable reality!

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6 comments:

Nilesh Jethwa said...

thanks for the tip, will definitely give it a try


-Nilesh
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Oracle Fusion Labs said...

Thanx for the post

Jenice said...

There is always a need to secure the data from various risks. So encryption is the best possible solution to protect data. I will definitely give a try to this encryption software that you have shared in your post. Thanks for this nice share.
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Jenice said...

There is always a need to secure the data from various risks. So encryption is the best possible solution to protect data. I will definitely give a try to this encryption software that you have shared in your post. Thanks for this nice share.
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Rutuja Deshmukh said...

hi,
This is great idea for the encryption of the data.will definetly use it
Thanks
Ritu

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Jimmy Jarred said...

I agree with this point. Basically the aim of data encryption software is to secure the information by converting it into secret code. If its not easy to use then no one will use it.
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