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Posted Jan 6, 2010

Loglogic's new Database Security Manager

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Database hacking, and reporting on the hacks, seems to be a somewhat regular occurance these days. One of the reasons databases are hacked is because database teams have their hands full with patching databases—allowing would be hackers to exploit those vulnerabilities before databases can be patched.

LogLogic’s new database security solution DSM (Database Security Manager) aims to avoid this issue and impose any downtime with its unique vPatches (virtual patches). With vPatches database teams can take patches released by a database vendor, turn them into virtual patches, and allows teams to deploy them to a database at their leisure without requiring a maintenance window.

Read the complete review about vPatches at Loglogic Database Security Manager appliance review.

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