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Database Activities You Should Be Monitoring, Garner analyst report by Jeffrey Wheatman, March 14, 2012
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Published on: March 14, 2012
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As they increase in size and complexity, the potential risks associated with relational database management systems (RDBMSs) and the data they contain are becoming more difficult to mitigate. The sensitive and confidential data stored in RDBMSs can include personally identifiable information, health information, financial information and intellectual property (IP).


Stakeholders are concerned with who has access to this information and how it is being used by those who do.


This Gartner Report urges organizations to evaluate the landscape of security monitoring tools and provides tips on balancing the cost, impact and security benefits. Read on for more on 10 critical areas of DMBS security that your business can’t afford to ignore.


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