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Database Activity Monitoring: Intrusion Detection and Security Auditing

Source: Application Security, Inc.
At its core, security is all about risk reduction. One of the most effective database security practices, “defense in depth,” employs multiple layers of protection to reduce the risk of intrusion. No single level of defense is infallible, and even multiple layers cannot ensure your organization will be 100 percent impenetrable. However, they can make you far less vulnerable.


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