Database Encryption – Encrypts sensitive data and allows authenticated user’s access and denies access to unauthenticated users, preventing attacks from storage through applications.
Database Access Management – Prevents access to application data from privileged accounts while continuing to allow the regular authorized administrative activities on the database.
Database Audit Management – Auditing is the monitoring and recording of selected user database actions.
Database Monitoring Management – Monitoring includes the examination of the initiating events (SQL statements) …Because monitoring of SQL traffic is done outside the database, Database Firewall can decide whether an event should be permitted, modified, blocked, or alerted on.
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