Guardium -- Best Practices for Database Security & Compliance
SQL injection attacks, malfeasance by insiders and regulatory requirements are driving organizations to find new ways to secure their critical databases and achieve compliance with SOX, PCI-DSS, NIST 800-53 and data protection laws.
In this “10 Minutes On” SC Magazine webcast, Phil Neray, VP of Security Strategy for Guardium, will discuss essential best practices for database security and compliance.
Attendees will learn:
- Why perimeter defenses are no longer sufficient to protect against database threats.
- Leveraging database activity monitoring and protection (DAMP) to protect databases from unauthorized changes and access to sensitive data.
- How a F500 company generated an ROI of 239% by replacing its manual processes, native logs and scripts with automated cross-DBMS controls.
Phil Neray –VP, Security Strategy, Guardium
Guardium, an IBM Company, safeguards critical enterprise information by continuously monitoring access and changes to high-value databases. The Guardium solution simplifies governance with unified policies for heterogeneous infrastructures; reduces operational costs by automating compliance processes; and enables organizations to use trusted information to drive smarter business outcomes.