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AppSecInc Publishes Oracle Book

SAN FRANCISCO -- Application Security, Inc., the leading provider of database security solutions for the enterprise, today announced the release of a new book titled, Practical Oracle Security: Your Unauthorized Guide to Relational Database Security. To honor the publication of the book, which was co-authored by Application Security, Inc. employees Josh Shaul and Aaron Ingram, the company will host a launch event today, November 13 at 3:00 PM PST at Oracle OpenWorld 2007 Booth #3624 West at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Co-author Aaron Ingram will be on hand to sign copies and refreshments will be served.

Published by Syngress Books, a division of Elsevier Publishing, Practical Oracle Security is a straightforward, comprehensive how-to manual for securing databases on the most widely deployed platform – Oracle. Written for Database Administrators, IT Security Engineers, Database and IT Security Managers, and IT Auditors, the book provides readers with a step-by-step approach to securing both existing and newly installed Oracle databases. In addition, the book details how users can implement industry-recognized best practices to alleviate information security concerns and bolster compliance.

“The increase in enterprise data breaches, coupled with demanding compliance initiatives and regulations, has forced organizations to carefully examine their existing security strategies. With more and more attacks now targeting the database level, implementing comprehensive security has never been more critical,” said Aaron Ingram, Manager, Software Development, Application Security, Inc. “Josh and I have written a practical, step-by-step guide to implementing database security. By breaking that process into manageable activities, we’ve established a best-practices process that allows readers to prioritize and measure their progress toward overall security, risk mitigation and compliance goals.”

Application Security Inc.