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Databases at Risk (based upon a survey of 179 North American-based security professionals)

(Last Updated On: June 14, 2011)

Databases at Risk (based upon a survey of 179 North American-based security professionals)
In a recent Research Brief, ESG analyzed the current state of database security. Based upon a survey of 179 North American-based security professionals working at organizations with over 1,000 employees, ESG found that:
Databases house a higher percentage of confidential data than any other type of data repository.
Database security depends upon too many manual processes.
Enterprise-class organizations aren’t diligent enough about database security.
This Research Brief categorizes databases as a “dangerous and growing security gap” – and offers steps to improve database security across the enterprise, such as implementing “database security tools that provide a suite composed of database discovery, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, user monitoring, logging, encryption, and policy-based enforcement, and using “these tools to automate error prone manual processes and homegrown scripts.”

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