Database Security, IT-S 428
About this Course:
Students will engage in an in-depth examination of topics in data security including security considerations in applications and systems development, encryption methods, cryptography law and security architecture and models.
IT-D 421 Database Concepts with Oracle or equivalent knowledge and experience are required for enrollment.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals seeking knowledge of the fundamentals of database protection and security.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Design, build, maintain, and secure a database application written in Oracle DDL
- Understand fundamentals of database security
- Apply relational database security management techniques
- Know concepts and technologies such as encapsulation (information hiding)
- Database Protection and Security, Information Systems Security, Operating System Security, Network Security, Application Security, Internet Security, Client/Server Security
- Encryption, SSL, Database Users, Roles, Groups, Workgroups
- The Role of the Database Administrator, Developer Security, Database Hackers
- Database Good Programming Practices, Database Installation, Configuration, Upgrade and Distribution Security, Database Design Security, Data Integrity, Database System Objects Security, Secure Use (Querying) of Databases, Database Security Policies
- Database Security Implementation, Database Security Deployment, Database Security Enforcement, Database User and Object Surveillance, Database Audit; Database Intrusion Detection, Database Backup and Recovery, Database Migration Security
- Database Export/Import Security, Database Security Cases and Scenarios
Grading/CEU award for this course includes labs, projects and exams
Robert A. Hendry