NoSQL Does Not Have to Mean No Security

NoSQL Does Not Have to Mean No Security

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Although NoSQL “not only SQL” database has taken off with advantages in speed, flexibility, and cost, it wasn’t designed with security as a priority. However, relying on a seemingly “trusted” environment based on the tight connection between Web applications and the database isn’t nearly enough.

In this informative white paper, unveil the top security concerns with NoSQL. Featured topics include:

  • Key recommendations to meet data security and compliance requirements
  • A solution that offers data encryption and activity monitoring to help address these problems
  • How to plan for the future
  • And more.
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
28 Feb 2014
Published:
31 Jul 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
24 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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