Database Cybersecurity Now! — Discovery, Mapping, Policies, and Security
We offer database cybersecurity products delivered as a physical or virtual appliance with four primary benefits.
DB Networks "shines a light" on your database infrastructure and provides you insights far beyond what Database Activity Monitors (DAMs) offer. DAMs monitor activity on individual databases whereas DB Networks examines the activity and provides security on all the connections between your applications and their connected databases.
DB Networks delivers deep protocol extraction, traffic analytics, visualization, and behavioral analysis that combined offers you unprecedented insights and security for your entire database infrastructure, not just individual databases.
No other cybersecurity products provide the in-depth visibility into your database infrastructure offered right now by DB Networks. Business as usual means identifying hidden attack surfaces, discovering breaches, and finding policy violations months after the fact; DB Networks, on the other hand, enables a truly proactive approach to database security.
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 each of which had already successfully bypassed the Web Application Firewall and was attempting to attack the database.
You can now gain deep visibility into your database infrastructure activity. In this short video you'll learn about the types of insights DB Networks provides including database discovery and the application to database mapping.
This short informational video provides an overview of DB Networks machine learning and application behavioral analysis technology that immediately and accurately identifies database attacks.
SQL injection is one of the most common attack vectors. Experience has proven there are no single silver bullet solutions to combat 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.
Targeting enterprise databases is a common attack tactic, as the Anthem breach showed, yet many companies neglect database security.
Datacenters often prove to be a key target for cybercriminals due to the massive amount of sensitive information—financial, corporate, or intellectual—locked inside.
There’s a universal truth regarding every cyber attack: attack behavior never appears normal. This seemingly simple fact is crucial to preventing future information security breaches like Anthem’s
A recently unsealed indictment against a notorious group of hackers shows just how damaging SQL injection attacks can be.
It’s what’s below the surface, what you’re not observing, that's your largest security risk. In this webinar you will learn: