Oracle Management Cloud – Security Monitoring & Analytics by Michel Schildmeijer

Posted: November 30, 2018 in Cloud
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I’ve become a huge fan of the Oracle Management Cloud. Why? Because Oracle has broaden it’s limit and the OMC doesn’t just monitor Oracle based systems and applications, it has plugins for many non Oracle technologies, which makes the OMC very flexible and Enterprise worthy to be used as a complete solution for monitoring.

Security Monitoring and Analytics ( SMA)

Oracle also realized customers have great concerns about security in general but even more in the cloud, so they’ve put up a service in the cloud which has really powerful capabilities.

One of these powerful modules inside the Management Cloud is the Security Monitoring & Analystics, or SMA. With this module any SIEM or SOC can detect, identify and monitor the following:

  • Securiity threats from in and outside the company
  • Fraud detection
  • Compliancy violations
Inside SMA

When you are in SMA it pretty much look like the other OMC components, but it has it’s focus on security. Entering the first dashboard you can see immediately an overview of the activity of you users and their possible risky actionsWhen you login into OMC, you can click on the SMA module if you have the proper cloud subscriptions

Inhere you will start in the main SMA landing page showing the “Users” Dashboard, but you can configure dashboards for yourself if you want.In this page you see:

1. Users – shows the total number of risky users

2. Threats – shows total, critical, high, medium and low risk threats

3. Assets – shows the total number of risky assetsClicking on the threats you’ll can get more details on persons actions which came out of the analysis of the identity management logs or via user data upload. You can see the company, manager, wand specific user details and status such as lockouts, locations, email adresses and so on.To look down deeper you can identify a kill chain. A kill chain is a series of executions which might lead into some kind of destruction or illegal access/actions. Read the complete article here.

 

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