Welcome to Oracle Key Vault Root of Trust HSM Configuration Guide (formerly Oracle Key Vault Integration with Hardware Security Module). This guide explains how to integrate a hardware security module (HSM) with Oracle Key Vault.
Oracle Key Vault is meant for users who are responsible for deploying, maintaining, and managing security within the enterprise. These users can be database, system, or security administrators. This guide can be used by any information security personnel who is responsible for protecting enterprise data residing in database servers, application servers, operating systems, and other information systems.
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