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The Hidden Costs Around Oracle Database Security Patches – and What You Can Do

Oracle Security Patches, AKA Critical Patch Updates (CPUs), are often considered a “freebie”, but in reality, they are anything but free.

Learn about the hidden costs associated with receiving and applying Oracle CPUs and what you can do to significantly reduce those costs.

Join Gabe Dimeglio, Vice President, Global Security Services and Dan Ashton, Sr. Dir Product Marketing to understand:

  • How Oracle CPUs are consuming budget and resources without you knowing it
  • A security strategy to improve database security and reduce costs
  • Which Oracle Database releases are at increased security risk and why it will get worse by the end of 2020
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Speakers

Gabe Dimeglio
Gabe Dimeglio
VP, Global Security Services
Rimini Street

Gabe is an Information Technology and Security veteran with 20 years of experience in private and public sector organizations. Gabe’s management background includes responsibility for the development and management of technology and security teams, operations, business development, client facing programs, budgets, and compliance programs throughout organizations. His consulting background includes providing strategic consulting services, performing risk analysis, and providing risk mitigation recommendations and guidance to highly diverse organizations from the Global 100 to defense, healthcare, financial and educational institutions.

Dan Ashton
Dan Ashton
Sr. Director, Product Marketing
Rimini Street

Dan has an extensive background with over 17 years in enterprise product marketing and corporate marketing management as well as sales management roles. As the Senior Director of Product Marketing, he is responsible for Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Technology at Rimini Street. Prior to joining our team, Dan was the Principal Product Director, Procurement Marketing at Oracle and also held key product marketing roles at SAP/Ariba. He was also a director on the marketing team at Chemdex / Ventro, the first B2B market exchange to go public in 1999.

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