Highlights from Oracle CEO Safra Catz’s keynote speech at CloudWorld, including discussions with notable customers like Uber and Loblaw about the transformative role of Oracle technology in their businesses.
Oracle’s cloud infrastructure business is poised to outgrow its cloud applications business by the end of 2024. Artificial intelligence (AI) companies are embracing its platform.
Oracle is undergoing a paradigm shift as its cloud infrastructure business is rapidly growing and expected to surpass its software-as-a-service (SaaS) business in the near future.
GitGuardian’s unique Honeytoken capability proactively detects and mitigates software supply chain attacks.
Oracle remains fast-growing with an anticipated Q1 cloud revenue growth of at least 29%, even without the boost from its Cerner acquisition.
OWASP has updated CycloneDX to support machine learning models, as the next generation of AI continues to enhance technology.
The Wiz cloud security platform gives comprehensive control over customers’ cloud infrastructure and applications, while providing a visual ‘Graph’ of the environment.
Amazon Security Lake capability enables organizations to centralize security data from various environments into a single purpose-built data lake.
In a new analysis of the SaaS market, cybersecurity software provider Grip Security identifies nearly 75,000 apps and the resulting attack surface risks.
The increasing adoption of cloud services, particularly software-as-a-service (SaaS), has reshaped the role of the chief information security officer (CISO).
A proactive approach to SaaS security — starting with asset management — can protect against data misuse and other potential vulnerabilities.
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Security leaders should have conversations with key personnel in HR, finance, and sales/marketing to ensure alignment between security and business goals.
Bill Doerrfeld explains how cloud-native software components reduce costs, improve resiliency, increase elasticity, facilitate more rapid development, and democratize e-learning.
Lookout Chief Strategy Officer Aaron Cockerill explains how DLP helps CEOs and CISOs optimize cybersecurity in SaaS environments.
The big three cloud service providers AWS, Azure and Google Cloud share but also differ on features and vulnerabilities.
Key RSA 2023 takeaways include a strong emphasis on AI defense, the push for an identity-centric security model, and management of the increasingly complex modern attack surface.
Wayne Sadin explains organizations can make the most of their big investments in generating and acquiring data with the help of SaaS data lakehouses.
Chris Hughes explains what this synergy means for businesses as they continue to move to the cloud and accumulate data to drive business decisions and outcomes.