Rimini Street Advanced Database Security
Rimini Street Advanced Database Security is a next-generation database security solution enhanced with technology from McAfee that protects databases from known and unknown vulnerabilities by monitoring and analyzing database memory, and blocking attempted attacks using virtual patching before they reach the database.
Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security
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Securing Your Systems with a Next-Generation Layered Security Strategy
Times have changed for security, and it’s important to ensure you apply the correct controls to enterprise systems. Security breaches involving highly visible companies such as Equifax and JPMorgan Chase are in the news constantly, but each day many lesser-known organizations struggle to remediate security risks and deal with attacks. Fortunately, there are low hanging fruit which will improve your security program and address the highest priorities.
Securing enterprise applications and databases need not be overly complicated, but it does take planning. Modern security solutions provide the fast, comprehensive and easy-to-deploy vulnerability protection needed in today’s complex, multi-vendor technology landscape.
The good news is you can take advantage of modern and proven solutions, knowledge and best practices to reduce risk for your applications and databases. This paper examines how you can improve your security program to address the highest priorities – providing insight into the five essential areas that demand your attention. You can employ them to improve your security posture as part of a holistic approach.
Understanding Comprehensive Database Security
You Own Your Data: Protect It with a Formal Database Security Program
5 ways to employ a next gen layered security strategy
95% of CIOs expect cybersecurity threats to increase and impact their organizations...making security a priority.
Traditional vendor patching is considered by many to be dated, ineffective and incomplete - often published late and slow to be applied, potentially leaving you vulnerable. Plus, you need to diligently upgrade based on the vendor's timeline in order to receive new products.