Preface

The Using Oracle Data Safe guide describes how to use Oracle Data Safe to discover and mask sensitive data to render it safe for development use and testing. This guide also describes how to assess the security of your database and database users, audit user activity, and generate audit reports.

The following sections are included:

Audience

The Using Oracle Data Safe guide is intended for those who want to use Oracle Data Safe features, including User Assessment, Security Assessment, Activity Auditing, Data Discovery, and Data Masking.

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