Exitas Technical Lunch: Real life security implementation

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7th of December 2017

We are back with some interesting topics. We start off by addressing security implementation. If you want to see what we have been up to, you can find some interesting blog posts or news articles on our website.

The new GDPR (short for General Data Protection Regulation) laws are coming up. An important aspect of GDPR that companies will have to comply with is data security.

After the lunch, our speakers showed you a real life case on how you can harden your database security. You were also presented how a DBA can help you do this in favour of the new GDPR regulations.
Check out our program.


Have a closer look at what we presented during this event:

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Koen Van Bastelaere

Use Case: Enhance security for a database with sensitive data

In this session we will have a look at a complete and secure database setup. How do I patch the software? Do I use filesystem, tablespace or network encryption? Or can I combine everything? How do I properly use auditing? We’ll also have a brief look at server certificates and the famous Oracle wallets.

GDPR for mortals

Wikipedia states: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give citizens and residents back control of their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.

What does this mean for the Oracle DBA and how can he help his company to be compliant with this regulation? Which Oracle products can help you with this difficult task? This session will be a mix between practical experience and theory.

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Philippe Fierens

Pieter Van Puymbroeck



Registration & lunch


By Peter Van Spaandonk


Use Case: Enhance security for a database with sensitive data
By Koen Van Bastelaere (Exitas)


GDPR for mortals
By Philippe Fierens (Exitas) & Pieter Van Puymbroeck (Exitas)


Date: 7th of December 2017

Location: Business King Park, Veldkant 33a, Kontich

Price: Free of charge

For whom?

  • Oracle DBAs.
  • Technical profiles or management who wants to harden their IT security.
  • People interested in the new GDPR regulations.
  • People who are interested in having a chat with us.

Download Presentations

Keep a close eye on our newsroom to make sure you are there next time!

If you like what we do or have any additional remarks or questions you can leave a comment below and we’ll be happy to respond.

The presentations will be posted later on.

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