517: Oracle Adaptive Access Manager: What, Why, How
Dan Norris , Piocon Biography
|Objectives:||Educate attendees on the importance of fraud detection
Describe scenarios where fraud detection would make the difference between safe and sorry
Describe how OAAM complements the rest of the Oracle IdM Suite
|Abstract:||You're a hacker. You want data. Shouldn't be too hard--just guess a password or two and you can find lots of confidential information. If you're lucky, you'll find a weakly-secured web application and watch network traffic as someone logs in to find their username and password. Now that you have the credentials, all you need to do is login. When you attempt login, you find that you're denied access or maybe you're asked to type in the PIN code from your login token (which you don't have).
This scene was brought to you by Oracle Adaptive Access Manager (OAAM). Oracle acquired Bharosa in October 2007 to fill the need for a real time fraud detection capability in the Oracle Identity Management Suite. OAAM uses a database of heuristics and pattern matching to find the "bad" guys. What happens to them is up to you, the OAAM administrator. Come to this session to learn how OAAM protects applications from fraudulent use without any client-side installation.
|Date:||Wednesday, April 16, 2008|
|Time:||8:30 AM - 9:30 AM|