database protection Archive

Co-Relating the Database Firewall Deployment with its Real-Time ROI!

Data security is expanding its walls to 90% of worldwide data resources those are prone to maximum security breaches. The B2B business organizations are more serious about this fact but going on to the next level, what exactly organizations are looking apart from Data security and compliance is the rapid increase in ROI (Return on Investment) which they will get after investing in Data security for their crucial data structure. This phenomenon to protect the critical database of one’s organization is structured & named as Database Security Firewall.
Looking over to the current time frame, the majority of organizations are …

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How Much Data Security Risk your Web Application Firewalls Are Up To?

This question is generally asked from major technology associates across the world who always seek for an optimum solution to protect their web applications against data breaches like SQL injections, remote file inclusions or cross-site scripting. However, in this case, the upper-management still is unaware about the right path to link the protection to achieve the targeted business goals.  This is because of the ROI model followed by the Web Application Firewalls.

A Web Application Firewall doesn’t increase revenue, Productivity or user engagement though it only reduces the risk for a harmful event to occur and by reducing the risk …

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Database Protection! The Core of Enterprise Networks!!

Data usage has become the most prominent factor in today’s business & Industrial world. The total rate of data transfer has already crossed the limits of a safe network firewall zone. Several Businesses and gov. /non-gov. Organizations are creating and utilizing the data on unpredictable daily rates. Moreover, in few recent years the boom in big data & cloud computing has concurred major data protection issues. Prior to the Big-Data revolution, Small business entrepreneurs emphasized on perimeter security for the things like data-centric security, endpoint protection, and data loss prevention. As now the rise in mobility revolution with expanding security …

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Top 3 Cyber Attacks that may Burn your Database Security!

Cyber Attacks and cyber security are the words those can make you stressed till you get a way to the hospital! LOL, isn’t it weird to just get your system hacked in front of your surveillance with a blink of an eye and you regret your whole life for the same. It is not a rare thing nowadays to be a victim of cyber-attacks nowadays, as cyber-attacks are increasing their potential reach to the next dark hole. The need of prevention and protection is a need of time in corporate networks, and that cannot be overemphasized. You know, Database are …

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Disguising Your Sensitive Data: Data Masking

It’s strange some organizations still don’t have their data masked. Their sensitive data is all over the Internet. It is a well-served delicious dish for any hacker. Don’t complain when they eat it all till the last bite. Your company’s confidential data is as important as the vital organs of your body.

Can you see any of the vital organs outside your body? Consider your organization as a human body. I am going to use this as an analogy.

The nervous system, respiratory system, skeleton, digestive system all are workstations of the human body. These are all sub-divisions of the …

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Specifics of Different Firewall Types

A firewall is a protective barrier between networks and security features. Firewalls are the streamlines of the codes positioned between the safe and unsafe networks, trustworthy and untrustworthy requests. For instance: While downloading a file online, a malicious content may also get downloaded with it (If you don’t have the firewall). Firewall differentiates the safe request (File you downloaded) and the unsafe requests (Malicious Content). This was about external differentiation. Firewalls are also deployed to differentiate the trustworthy access and untrustworthy access within the system because every department has its own confidential data that due to some reasons kept hidden …

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