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Oracle Database 10g Release 1 Enterprise Manager (EM) Configuration pack introduced the policy manager which has the ability to scan databases and look for security related configuration status. The Oracle database provides robust security features which can be used to enhance existing application security. Furthermore, proper use of its security features and adherence to basic security practices will help protect against database-related threats and attacks. This paper recaps the security checklist which can be found in newer versions of the Oracle Database Security Guide.

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Step 1. Determine the general policy needed.
Step 2. State the high-level purpose for the policy.
Step 3. Perform risk assessment.
Step 4. Present the risk assessment and proposed policy purpose to departmental managers.
Step 5. Determine the policy structure (one large or several small ones).
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Step 7. Get the final signoff of the policy from all departmental managers.
Step 8. Issue the policy to employees, and have them sign it if required.

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