Database Crime Scene Prevention

Database Crime Scene Prevention


A good detective understands the criminal mind, techniques, and tools of the trade. To protect your database and prevent it from becoming a crime scene, it is crucial to understand the common methods of attack, data theft, and cover-up techniques. The suspect line-up can come from outside hackers and from within the ranks of trusted employers, contractors, and partners. Some threats are easily prevented or contained, while others are more elusive. Fortunately, many of the security mechanisms and tools required to protect databases are readily available.

Check out this brief article to learn about attacks, methods, and tools used by internal and external hackers to exploit database vulnerabilities and engage in data theft. This article also provides helpful best practices you can employ to help protect your database.

19 Aug 2009
20 Feb 2009
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