sponsored by Guardium, an IBM Company
Posted:  16 Mar 2010
Published:  16 Mar 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  22  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

Privileged insiders such as database administrators pose a significant risk to customer and proprietary data if allowed to act unchecked. In addition, new applications and application services have created a plethora of entry points for outside attackers. Enter database activity monitoring (DAM), technology that tracks and correlates database usage and reports back in the event of an anomaly.

This Presentation Transcript, featuring security expert Nigel Stanley:

  • Introduces you to DAM
  • Covers the basics of how this important technology works
  • Outlines how to demonstrate to business leaders that it can help not only help data protection efforts,  but also augment an organisational compliance program

Application Security | Data Security | Database Administration | Database Security | Regulatory Compliance | Security

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