Formulate A Database Security Strategy to Ensure Investments Prevent Breaches and Satisfy Regulation

(Last Updated On: May 4, 2012)

Formulate A Database Security Strategy to Ensure Investments Prevent Breaches and Satisfy Regulation

Although most organizations are taking stronger measures to protect their data, significant gaps still exist at the very core – their databases. Many don’t have a comprehensive database security strategy to defend against sophisticated attacks, track sensitive data, or even meet emerging regulatory requirements.

In addition, organizations tend to focus on detective controls rather than preventive measures when it comes to database security.

By contrast, Forrester finds that by implementing a comprehensive and integrated database security solution with a strong emphasis on preventive measures enables organizations to improve security controls and introduce a higher degree of automation across the enterprise.

Download this Forrester paper which will help you formulate a database security strategy.

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