Insights and Securing Your Database Infrastructure
Networks DBN-6300 offers database cycbersecurity that will “shine a
light” on your database infrastructure. Through deep protocol analysis
the DBN-6300 will provide you new insights along and a situational
awareness of your database infrastructure. You'll have real-time database
security to immediately identify database attacks and compromised
Armed with these new insights you are now able to establish a defensive
layer for your database infrastructure. You can now confidently take the
proper actions necessary to significantly reduce your attack surface and
reduce the risk of a data breach.
Reduce the Time and Effort Necessary to Discover Structured Data Stores
and Create an Accurate Personal Data Inventory
Networks supports organizations and GDPR consultants conducting Readiness
Assessments in preparation of the new EU regulation. DB Networks offers
the tools necessary to "shine a light" on the organizations entire
database infrastructure to document each structured data store and also
to secure all of the personal data that is stored on those databases.
The EU GDPR regulation requires that organizations respect and protect
personal data – regardless of where the personal data is sent, processed
or stored. Companies with employees, customers, or goods for sale in the
EU must identify and map the processing all of the personal data they
hold and process.
First Artificial Intelligence-Based Agentless Database Activity
customers can achieve compliance monitoring and database security without
operational impact — no agent software need to be installed or maintained
on the database servers and monitoring is now done non-intrusively.
Machine learning is utilized to automatically identify and alert on any
suspicious, unusual, or abnormal access to sensitive data or critical
DAMs support Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance to improve the accuracy of
financial reports, Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standard (PCI
DSS) for monitoring access to credit card-related information, and the
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements
for monitoring access to sensitive healthcare records.
Networks DBN-6300 non-intrusively and continuously discovers databases
and maps the interactions of each database client. This process allows
the DBN-6300 to build, and continuously update, an interactive
topological map of the database environment monitored on the network.
This visual map forms a foundation for security operations to visualize
and analyze observed database interactions in multiple dimensions such
as: from what network the traffic originates and in what network segment
it terminates, to how many database services each client connects to; how
many clients interact with each database service, etc.