An Oracle database maintained by the company that runs its cloud-computing operations has become vulnerable to cyberattacks and is likely to be breached again, according to a report in The New York Times.
The database is critical to Oracle’s ability to manage data that runs across Oracle’s cloud computing operations, and it contains information about customer records.
But the Oracle system has been at risk of being breached before.
Oracle says that in the past it has prevented the breach of its cloud databases from occurring, but that has not always been the case.
Oracle also said in a statement that it is working with the National Security Agency to determine how to prevent other cyberattacks, including attacks against its security systems.
The company did not provide specific details about what type of attacks were being considered, but said that it has taken steps to mitigate the threat.
Oracle said in its statement that the breach would affect just over 1% of the database, but noted that « several thousand » Oracle database servers were affected, and that the database systems were affected in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Oracle also said that a backup of the system would be ready in less than two weeks.
The Oracle database contains information that helps determine the quality of a database and helps companies make decisions about whether to offer it to customers, the company said.
Oracle’s systems are used to store customer records that include name, address, social security number, driver’s license number, credit card information, and other information.
The information is stored in encrypted format and is encrypted on the server.
Oracle has not said whether it plans to replace the Oracle systems with its own systems.
The company’s cloud systems are the backbone of Oracle’s database operations.
They run on Oracle’s servers in the San Jose, California, headquarters, and are managed by a team of hundreds of engineers, developers and software developers, according the company.
The servers store data that is used to analyze the performance of its applications, and the data can be used to help Oracle make business decisions.
On Monday, Oracle said that hackers broke into its cloud servers in California, Illinois, North Carolina and Texas.
In a statement, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said that the attackers had broken into Oracle’s data centers around the world and were attempting to steal sensitive information.
Ellison said Oracle will provide the information to law enforcement and government authorities.
Ellison said that he believes the breach was « state-sponsored » and that it was not connected to a previous cyberattack, which occurred in late 2015.
The breach was not related to a data breach earlier in 2015 that exposed the personal data of more than 145 million people.
Ellison also said there was no evidence that Oracle’s information systems were breached in any other way.
Ellison did not elaborate on what information the breach could have revealed.