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.
Wish you could get to hybrid cloud—fast?More than 30% of organizations expect that within three years, they’ll access 45.5% of IT resources through some form of cloud—public, private, or hybrid.* That’s an impressive number, and there’s a reason for it: the cloud is packed with benefits.
If you’re a VMware customer, you’re already halfway there. vCloud Air is built on the trusted VMware vSphere® platform, so it’s simply an extension of your current data center.
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This white paper describes a holistic approach to healthcare cybersecurity, which incorporates sophisticated big data analytics to help better protect and secure the vast array of data healthcare organizations maintain.
The security threat landscape is rapidly evolving: from risks with the proliferation of mobile devices to the increased sophistication of organized cyber criminals and geopolitical threats. Healthcare has a significant burden with the dubious distinction of having the highest per record data breach cost among all regulated industries.
Having the right tools and establishing key processes in advance can help prevent or mitigate the impact of a DDoS attack. Learn more by downloading this complimentary toolkit with research and best practices from Gartner and Arbor Networks.
To get the most out of their computer automation initiatives, financial institutions must take a step back, assess their current IT environments, adjust as needed and make important decisions regarding the future of their IT infrastructures.
Banks want to use technology to work smarter, better and faster to maintain regulatory compliance, reduce risk and increase productivity. Automated IT systems management is helping them reach those goals in a seamless, efficient manner.
The greatest promise of the information-driven enterprise resides in the business-relevant questions financial services firms have historically been unable or afraid to ask, related to data consolidation and multi-tenancy, full-fidelity analytics and regulatory compliance, and Big Data.
Software asset management (SAM) solutions promise to fix all that. They present a set of tools, practices and processes that take the uncertainty out of software licensing and enable organizations to fully optimize software inventories.