Innovative Cyber Security through Intelligent Continuous Monitoring
Now, for the first time, you'll gain deep visibility into your core network and database infrastructure attack surface. In this short video you'll learn about the insights DB Networks offers including discovering active database and the interactions between applications and their connected databases.
This short informational video provides an overview of DB Networks machine learning and adaptive behavioral analysis technology that is able to immediately identify database attacks.
SQL injection is one of the most common attack vectors. Experience has proven there are no silver bullet solutions to the threat and this white paper explores why this is so.
Learn how to identify your critical web application SQL statement generation vulnerabilities by instrumenting at the database tier.
DBN-6300 provides the actionable intelligence and situational awareness necessary to vastly improve your data center security posture. Implemented as a turn-key security appliance - physical or virtual, your choice. With no signature files to maintain or false positives to chase down there's minimal operations support.
No other cyber security product provides the kind of core network intelligent continuous monitoring offered right now by the DBN-6300. Business as usual means discovering breaches and policy violations months after the fact; DB Networks, on the other hand, strongly believes that prevention and proactive responsiveness are invaluable qualities for any cyber security and risk mitigation plan.
In this video Penetration Tester Joe McCray speaks on his experience with DB Networks products. Joe explains how the DB Networks technology was able to immediately identify all of his advanced attacks all of which had already successfully bypassed the Web Application Firewall and was attempting to attack the database.
DB Networks DBN-6300 provides new benefits including insights into the interactions between applications and their connected databases, core network policy management, and a suite of new visualization tools
Only one-third of respondents either scan continuously or daily for active databases. However, 25 percent reported they scan irregularly and 22 percent do not scan at all
In what may be the largest compromise of IT security in history, Russian hackers have amassed more than 1.2 billion passwords and user names.
A recently unsealed indictment against a notorious group of hackers shows just how damaging SQL injection attacks can be.