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The Business Case for Database Activity Monitoring?
Nigel Stanley By: Nigel Stanley, Practice Leader - IT Security, Bloor Research
Published: 15th March 2010
Copyright Bloor Research © 2010
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Database activity monitoring is starting to attract even more attention, as privileged insiders such as database administrators can pose a significant risk to customer and proprietary data if allowed to act unchecked. Plus new applications and application services have created more entry points for outside attackers.

Database activity monitoring (DAM) is a technology that tracks and correlates database usage and reports back in the event of an anomaly.

Interested? This webinar may be of use.

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