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Database Security

Regardless of size, every business has data. Organisations store their most critical, sensitive and confidential data in databases, however, most do not actively protect their databases from attacks or unauthorised access.

The reality is, a security breach can take only seconds to occur, but the resulting reputation and financial damage can last for years.

Practically every week there’s another announcement of a major data breach. We hear in the news all the time how industries have lost intellectual property or customer data due to an infiltration. The part we seldom hear about is that these infiltrations are primarily due to lack of protection and could be prevented.

Most companies will have solutions deployed for perimeter protection with firewalls and protection for their clients and servers, but in the end, many organisations’ most sensitive data assets are likely stored in a database. Unfortunately, a common oversight is the inside threat to your database security. Privileged access is often not monitored and therefore perimeter security isn’t enough.

ITB has the Security solutions that will help your data stay safe. We can help you assess the various database vulnerabilities, enforce the respective security policies, monitor for future threats and risks, and keep your database environment consistently and sustainably compliant.

What we offer:

  • Vulnerability Manager for Databases: Automatically scans and discovers all databases on a network, determines if the latest patches have been applied, and performs more than 4,700 vulnerability checks.
  • Database Activity Monitoring: Finds databases on a network and protects them with a set of preconfigured security defences, and provides the ability to easily create a custom security policy based on granular controls.
  • Virtual Patching for Databases: Protects unpatched servers from known vulnerabilities and safeguards all database servers from zero-day attacks based on common threat vectors, without having to take the database offline to patch it.