Further extending its identity and access management solution with products to help protect an organisation’s information systems and business applications against phishing, pharming, trojans, key logging and proxy attacks, and insider threats, Oracle has released Oracle® Adaptive Access Manager 10g Release 3. The company says the context-aware security software profiles behaviour in real time to detect anomalies and fraud scenarios and features new behaviour profiling, investigation and administration capabilities and also includes advanced context-aware fraud prevention and risk mitigation capabilities that help improve security and streamline compliance. Key highlights of Oracle Adaptive Access Manager 10g include enhanced auto learning, investigation management and transaction administration.
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