'Our bad - there should be no on and off button for security, it should always be on' says Oracle's Larry Ellison

Sooraj Shah
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Oracle is to push security down to the hardware layer in a bid to protect its customers from the likes of Venom and Heartbleed

Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison suggested that Oracle would be taking a different approach to the way it handles security in its products, when he said that security should "always be on". ...

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