December 13, 2004
Secure Elements, a leader in enterprise vulnerability management and remediation, announced it has joined the Oracle PartnerNetwork, providing Secure Elements the opportunity to leverage Oracle's partner community and resources to market CLASS 5 Automated Vulnerability Remediation (AVR) -- the leading enterprise class AVR solution -- to users of Oracle Database products.
CLASS 5 AVR, designed to remediate and secure the largest enterprise systems, now also leverages existing Oracle infrastructures by supporting Oracle9i Database and Oracle Database 10g. CLASS 5 AVR provides industry- leading security policy enforcement, compliance management and asset control capabilities now enabled by Oracle to provide proactive 24x7 protection to every enterprise.
Oracle Database 10g is architected to handle large volumes of data, large user populations and provides unrivaled capability in the areas of high availability, performance, scalability, security and self-management. And, as the first database designed for enterprise Grid computing, Oracle Database 10g can significantly reduce infrastructure costs through efficient utilization of shared pools of low cost, standardized hardware components. With Oracle Database 10g, Oracle continues to provide customers with industry-leading capabilities that support their demanding data warehousing and transaction processing requirements.
"Our enterprise customers, in industries such as financial services, healthcare, insurance and the public sector, have indicated that Oracle Database support was critical for successful implementation across the enterprise," said Scott Armstrong, vice president of marketing, product management and alliances at Secure Elements. "We understand that many sectors rely on Oracle Database 10g for running their enterprises and ensuring business continuity of their IT services. We're honored to be able to provide the first complete vulnerability management solution to organizations that demand the best by depending on Oracle."
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