Product Type
Supported Databases

DataSunrise Database Firewall for Snowflake

The firewall tool developed DataSunrise for Snowflake databases is a proactive defense mechanism that can protect both from inside and outside database security threats. This solution is based on the highly versatile threat detection algorithms. Database security teams are immediately notified in case of detecting suspicious user actions, signs of a security breach, or an attempt to inject malicious SQL code. DataSunrise Firewall fully controls access to Snowflake databases.

Tech info

DataSunrise has developed and is perfecting the firewall solution for Snowflake databases. It is a universal active solution for all-round protection of production and non-production databases. DataSunrise Firewall for Snowflake continuously monitors and analyzes database traffic and blocks requests that break rules governing the firewall operation. As a result, sensitive data is actively protected from malicious attacks, data leaks, and SQL-injections. The Firewall tool also helps companies to comply with industry key standards and regulations, ensuring the required level of data security.

In order to be used in the most effective way, DataSunrise has to be deployed in the proxy mode. In this case, the firewall resides between database and client applications thus providing real-time tracking of user activity and changes made to database data.

DataSunrise Firewall for Snowflake

SQL injection is one of the most dangerous types of database attacks, which can severely compromise data security and integrity. DataSunrise stops SQL injections in real time. Usage of DataSunrise Firewall gives the following advantages for Snowflake databases:

  • Authentication proxy with the support of Kerberos, LDAP protocols;
  • Detection of a wide range of attack signatures;
  • Syslog protocol support for integration with SIEM systems;
  • Automation of routine database security procedures;
  • Automatic generation of reports for complying the requirements of HIPAA, GLBA, PCI DSS, SOX, etc;
  • Failover configuration.