Oracle expands security portfolio with new capabilities and partner programme
New SOC portfolio designed to help organisations detect and protect against threats
Tech giant Oracle Corporation, has expanded its security portfolio and unveiled a new partner programme.
The Oracle Identity SOC portfolio now includes new capabilities to help enterprises manage and certify user identities, applications, and confidential data more securely and through a richer, consumerised user experience.
In addition, the new partner programme will help improve collaboration with security vendors and simplify customer adoption.
First unveiled at Oracle OpenWorld 2017, Oracle's integrated suites, which include Oracle Identity Security Operations Center (SOC) portfolio of services and Oracle Management Cloud are designed to help enterprises forecast, reduce, detect, and resolve security threats and assist in efforts to remediate application and infrastructure performance issues.
"Built on our advanced artificial intelligence and automation technologies, Oracle Identity SOC portfolio now offers cloud-native identity governance combined with adaptive security designed to protect our customer's cloud and digital services," said Rohit Gupta, group vice president, Cloud Security, Oracle. "In addition to strengthening internal security monitoring, Oracle's comprehensive cross-stack threat detection capabilities provide broad threat detection range, less noise from false positives and a high level of accuracy in detecting and remediating threats against the enterprise's most important IT asset-its data."
Leveraging artificial intelligence to analyse a unified data set consisting of the full breadth of security and operational telemetry, as well as provide automated remediation, Oracle's integrated suite is designed to enable customers to quickly adapt their security and operational posture as their risk landscape changes.
According to the vendor, the Oracle Identity SOC portfolio now includes new automated identity governance for hybrid clouds, expanded consumer identity management, machine learning-driven configuration management and enhanced artificial intelligence capabilities.
Oracle said continuing its commitment to supporting the development of a heterogeneous security ecosystem, it has launched the Identity SOC Security Network in Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The company said the programme offers technology integrations with leading security vendors across critical areas including enterprise mobility management, next generation firewalls, endpoint security and threat intelligence, enabling enterprises to enrich the dynamic context, intelligence and automation capabilities of Oracle Identity SOC.