sponsored by IBM
Posted:  03 Dec 2010
Published:  03 Dec 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  28  Page(s)
Type:  Book
Language:  English

Implementing Database Security and Auditing (Elsevier Digital Press) is the definitive guide for information security professionals, DBAs and auditors.

Authored by database security expert, IBM Distinguished Engineer, and Guardium CTO Ron Ben Natan, this 413-page book contains hundreds of practical tips and examples for protecting sensitive information and passing audits smoothly.

To sample the valuable information available in this book, you can now download Chapter 12, “Auditing Categories”.  In this chapter, you’ll learn which audit logging trails you need to address key security and compliance requirements, including audit trails for:

  • Database logins and logouts
  • Client information (IP, hostname, source application)
  • Usage outside normal hours
  • Schema changes (DDL activity)
  • Database errors
  • Changes to stored procedures and triggers
  • Changes to privileges and other security attributes
  • Access to sensitive objects (SELECTs)

Compliance Audits | Database Administration | Database Administrators | Database Management | Database Performance Management | Database Security | Databases | Security Best Practices | Security Management | Security Threats

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