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Saturday, September 24, 2005

Ellison: Encryption is key to data protection

SAN FRANCISCO--Organizations need to look more closely at how they encrypt their databases to protect against security threats, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said Thursday.

Addressing an audience at Oracle OpenWorld here, Ellison stressed that security risks will continue to increase as more companies put business applications on the Internet.

Customers will get access to Web-based systems to check whether their orders are being processed or have been shipped, he said.

"Suppliers can also check their inventory through multiple systems on the Internet," he added. "But as you let your employees access systems from homes and branch offices around world, your security risks are increasing."

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