Professional NewsYou can find here the news on DataSunrise. Also this section contains information and tips on different aspects of database security. Use them if you want to make your databases more secure. However, if you really want to protect your database(s) and your sensitive information you need a professional solution. Only professional approach and database protection software can do that. The other articles in this section explain how the professional solution from DataSunrise works. DataSunrise can offer you and your company the following security modules to make sure that sensitive information in your databases will never be breached or leaked:
- Database Security (Database Firewall)
- Database Activity monitoring (Database Audit)
- Database Dynamic Masking
- Database Static Masking
- Data Discovery
When used all together these modules make your database(s) invulnerable to any internal or external threats.
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Active Directory Authentication for MySQL Database
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Authentication Proxy for DBaaS
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Load Balancing with HAProxy
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Connection Pooling with PgBouncer
Easy Command Line Interface
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Made Yourself Data Masking
Sending DataSunrise Notifications to Slack
Integrating DataSunrise with Splunk Enterprise
Configuring DataSunrise Sniffer for MS SQL Server
Creating DataSunrise Instance on Amazon AWS
Datasunrise Data and Database Security for Amazon RDS
Encryption in Microsoft SQL Server
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