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Chapter 11, we will discuss details the FGA and how to use it in complicated situations such as the application user management area.


In this chapter we explored the Oracle standard auditing techniques and how they can be used to implement a variety of mandated accountability requirements. The majority of the requirements of HIPAA can be fulfilled by these out-of-the-box audit features and should be implemented without haste. Standard auditing does affect performance, but doing it selectively on specific columns, such as those containing PHI information, might not affect the performance as bad as expected and can be tolerable. The most important aspect of auditing is not to collect, but to analyze periodically to assess threats and attempted break-ins.

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