Database Security is the system, processes, and procedures that protect a database from unintended activity. Unintended activity can be categorized as authorized misuse, malicious attacks or inadvertent mistakes made by authorized individuals or processes. Traditionally databases have been protected from external connections by firewalls or routers on the network perimeter with the database environment existing on the internal network.
Unless you’ve already deployed a Zero Trust network, your network security is broken. That’s the bad news. The good news? New ways of implementing a previously hardware-intensive and costly concept called micro-segmentation now put Zero Trust within your organization’s reach. Learn about these breakthrough developments in this Forrester Research report that is yours free, courtesy of VMware and Carahsoft®.
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Most data center security emphasizes strong perimeter defense to keep threats on the outside. But this model is ineffective against today’s new types of threats, which may be borne by east-west traffic inside your data center. Some of these intrusions may lurk for days, weeks, or months to discover and exploit vulnerabilities. An existing concept called micro-segmentation is the solution. But until now, it was hardware-intensive and costly. In this solution overview, you’ll learn why micro-segmentation is now within your organization’s reach.
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To be fair, if you don’t know or understand the data center architecture strategy called micro-segmentation, you aren’t a “dummy.” But it could mean you are missing a highly cost-effective opportunity to implement best-in-class data center security called the “Zero Trust” network. This special “For Dummies” edition explains micro-segmentation, how it enables Zero Trust, and why it is now within your organization’s reach.
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This report summarizes the changes that are occurring, new and emerging patterns of data integration, as well as data integration technology that you can buy today that lives up to these new expectation
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