Security Spotlight - 5 Tools to Improve Oracle Commerce Security

If you need help to improve Oracle commerce security, rely on one or more of these 5 tools.

  1. Critical Systems Protection

When someone gains unauthorized access to you critical operating system files, you want to know where that access came from, and what kind of changes were made. If you have someone monitoring your critical systems in real time, you can protect against server incursion and compromise, including zero-day threats.

  1. Automatic Patching

Keeping up to date with the latest patches is crucial for protecting your site against evolving threats. When you have a partner like Tenzing managing this process for you, you can rest assured that the most urgent and relevant patches have been identified and have already been installed for you.

  1. Third Party PCI Compliance

This managed service uses a unique “tokenization” process to enhance the security of credit card transactions. Third Party PCI Compliance simplifies the process for the retailer, offers customers the kind of ironclad protection they are looking for, and thwarts the efforts of even the most sophisticated hackers.

  1. DoS Mitigation

Denial-of-Service attacks can have a catastrophic impact on your site, and they are one of the most common threats faced by online retailers. DoS Mitigation is a managed service though which your site is monitored round-the-clock by a team of security specialists. These experts can identify and prevent DoS attacks before they have a chance to affect your site.

  1. Secure Data Centers

This is actually a suite of tools, but all of them are essential if you want to improve Oracle commerce security. Housing your servers and mission-critical IT assets in a facility that is secured, monitored, environmentally-controlled, and subject to regular audits and inspections ensures that they will be kept safe against unauthorized access and accidental destruction.

There is never a bad time to improve Oracle commerce security. Contact the hosting experts at Tenzing to learn more about any one of these tools.

Aisling McCaffrey

Demand Marketing Specialist at Thinkwrap
Aisling is our Demand Marketing Specialist at Thinkwrap, and loves working with both technology and humans. She studied International Business (concentrating in Marketing) and has spent several years living and working in China, mostly in Shanghai, where she became passionate about global innovation and how the use of social media changes in different cultures. Aisling likes to keep up on internet trends - from business to memes - and is always looking for new ways to learn or entertain herself.