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Posted Sep 22, 2010

Increase Database Security through Management of User Privileges and Trends with DbProtect's New Module

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Application Security, Inc.’s DbProtect, a complete database security solution for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server, now includes a Rights Management module, which automates user entitlement reviews and helps meet compliance regulations for strong access control measures. DbProtect’s Rights Management module provides reports on most privileged users, privileged user trends, most explicit privileges, and explicit grant trends.

"One of the most critical aspects of data protection is knowing who your users are, says Jeff Wheatman, Research Director, Gartner, Inc. "Databases contain the most prized information at any organization, and as internal control processes are consistently changing, so are users. The ability to identify users based on roles and trends is an essential step for enterprises to recognize as part of a comprehensive security, risk and compliance program."

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