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Webcast: What To Do When Oracle Releases a CPU

Steps to Ensure a Successful Critical Patch Update

Date: Tuesday, September 25 Time: 12PM ET

The Onapsis Research Labs always analyzes Critical Patch Updates (CPUs) released quarterly from Oracle on our security research blog, but this time we will explain what to do after a CPU is released, with examples specific to Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). In addition, each of the steps taken to optimize the CPU is analyzed in detail with screenshots, videos and sample results directly from work done in the Onapsis Research Labs. We fully believe that this is the best starting point for anyone wishing to improve their Oracle EBS application security.


Meet the Speaker

 
Cristian Peque

Oracle Security Specialist

As an Oracle Security Specialist at Onapsis Cristian has extensive knowledge of Oracle E-Business Suite. He has been working with Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Database since 2007, where he started administrating version R11 to the last version R12.2. His greatest experience was working in Oracle where he armed strategies, planning and monitoring projects of migration, maintenance, and installations, He has integrated and configured several Oracle Suites, such as EBS, Oracle Database, OBIEE, HYPERION, among others. He is also a member of AROUG (Oracle User Groups or Argentina). In 2017, he joined Onapsis and is responsible for researching E-Business Suite Security, educating customers about EBS Security, and collaborating on the evolution of Onapsis Security Platform for Oracle features.

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