Databases are the primary target of cyber criminals and disgruntled insiders. Traditional perimeter, network security, and built-in database security measures, offer limited protection when it comes to securing the organization’s most sensitive data.
HIPAA and HITECH require individually identifiable protected health information (PHI) be secured. The unfortunate reality for IT professionals is that these acts of Congress aren't prescriptive regarding what needs to be done about computer systems.
Recent surveys of IT managers revealed two commonly held beliefs: database regulations are the most challenging to comply with, and of all regulatory standards, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) the toughest.
Databases store companies’ most valuable information assets, but in most cases they’re poorly protected. It’s important to secure databases as well as or better than other systems in the enterprise. But it’s not that simple.
McAfee® Database Activity Monitoring automatically finds databases on your network, protects them with preconfigured defenses, and helps you build a custom security policy for your environment making it easier to demonstrate compliance to auditors.
Compliance does not automatically equate to security. A company may be compliant with a host of regulatory requirements, while its databases remain exposed and vulnerable. Learn how McAfee Database Security can help prevent such vulnerabilities.
McAfee Data Center Security Suite for Database delivers all the capabilities needed to secure your databases for reliable SOX compliance, with minimal impact on system performance or the productivity of your IT organization.
Protect sensitive information in emerging computing models such as virtualized environments. Learn how to leverage the same security architecture to provide more effective and more efficient data security across dedicated database servers as well.
McAfee® Vulnerability Manager for Databases automatically discovers networked databases; determines if the latest patches have been applied; and tests for common weaknesses, making it easier to demonstrate compliance and better protect critical data.
Steve Moyle, CTO of Oracle Database Firewall, explains the best practices for efficient database activity monitoring, alerting and blocking that can help prevent SQL injection attacks and other threats from reaching your enterprise databases.
Sophisticated advanced targeted malware requires a sophisticated approach. This solution brief explains how to defend your organization with a comprehensive, layered approach that identifies, contains, and remediates these insidious threats.
This solution brief outlines how security operations must evolve to a continuous operation focused on assessing readiness, acquiring and integrating threat intelligence, and increasing the speed of threat response capability
This white paper describes how to close this "compliance gap," emphasizing the complementary relationship between SIEM and database activity monitoring technologies, which, taken together, provide a comprehensive view for organizations and auditors to keep data more secure while continuing to address compliance requirements.
Get a clear understanding of the ways DAM technology is being consolidated and integrated enabling security professionals and database managers to make strategic and tactical deployment decisions more effectively.
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