NoSQL Does Not Have to Mean No Security

NoSQL Does Not Have to Mean No Security


NoSQL (not only SQL) databases have taken off due to their advantages in speed, flexibility, and cost. Unfortunately, these databases weren’t designed with security as a priority. Relying on a seemingly “trusted” environment based on the tight connection between Web applications and the database isn’t nearly enough.

This white paper analyzes the top security concerns raised by NoSQL and suggests what you can do to combat them. Read on to learn:

  • Why NoSQL databases could put your data at risk
  • How to combat the most common data security risks present in NoSQL databases
  • How specific NoSQL databases, including Hadoop systems and MongoDB, differ in security capabilities
  • And more
28 Feb 2014
31 Jul 2013
24 Page(s)
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