This begs the question: What more can be done to protect networks and cloud applications? In addition, Oracle points out that NetFoundry's security tools can be used to build higher levels of security into its Oracle Autonomous Database and Private Kubernetes API network. Oracle’s move will essentially inject virtual cloud networking and ZTNA features directly into the Oracle Cloud. Customers of Oracle Cloud and Oracle apps can tap into NetFoundry's additional secure networking. As NetFoundry’s Zino decribes it, you are "baking in" security to the Oracle Cloud applications rather than "bolting it on" later.
Source: Forbes June 10, 2021 15:32 UTC