Robert P. Lockard Oracle ACE Director, a professional Oracle DBA, Designer, Developer, and Project Manager. For the past twenty years he has worked as an independent consultant providing quality services to his customers at a reasonable price. He’s worked in Financial Intelligence tracking money laundering, terrorist money and identity theft. He’s also have worked in the Cyber Crimes arena tracking attacks on information systems. Robert specializes in evaluating and securing your Oracle database environment from threats both external and internal. In 1987 Robert’s boss called him into his office and told him that he is now their Oracle Wizard then handed him a stack of Oracle tapes Since then, Robert has worked exclusively as an Oracle database designer, developer and Database Administrator and project manager. Robert enjoys flying vintage aircraft, racing sailboats, photography, and technical diving. He owns and flys the “Spirit of Baltimore Hon” a restored 1948 Ryan Navion and live in Glen Burnie Maryland on Marley Creek.
PL/SQL Secure Coding Practices
This presentation focuses on the issues behind the insecure code out in the wild. We will move through sql injection attacks and how they occur and the coding methods to defend against sql injection.
This presentation will focus on writing secure PL/SQL code. We will define and identify sql injection bugs along with other common coding bugs that can lead to a data breach. Once we have defined these bugs, we will go through a design and coding architecture that drastically improves your infosec posture.