sponsored by Bytware, Inc.
Posted:  10 Sep 2007
Published:  01 May 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
i5/OS may be famous for security, but it doesn't go far enough in protecting your system's data; it doesn't differentiate how the data being accessed can be used. Therefore, it's wise to supplement your security with third-party solutions that can secure how data can be used with network applications.

One popular way of enhancing IBM's built-in security is to analyze requests-or "transactions"-by parsing SQL statements using a network security application. But there is a better way. It's called Object-based security. Find out why it's more effective and more efficient than a Transaction-based approach in this brief white paper that covers the realities of Transaction security and how to overcome them.





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