MySQL Database Security & Data Security by DataSunrise
DataSunrise Security Suite for MySQL includes Database Firewall, Data Audit and Dynamic Data Masking features. In order to secure MySQL database against data breach and data leak, DataSunrise is capable of analyzing traffic, generated by various RDBMS’s functions.
MySQL security tools by DataSunrise include SQL injection and unauthorized access protection, database monitoring and audit, sensitive data search, dynamic and static data masking. MySQL database security component functions based on scalable security policies. DataSunrise analyses the usual network traffic and generates the whitelist of safe queries according to which the transactions will be filtrated. Data discovery and masking features help to manage confidential data and prevent data leakage. The high-availability mode provides failover in case one of the servers is down maintaining continuous MySQL security.
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MySQL Database Security Key Benefits:
- All main user authentication methods
- Processing of SSL and TLS-encrypted traffic
- Processing of prepared statements and multi-statements
- Multiresultsets processing
- Processing of LOAD XML and LOAD DATA operations
- Convertation of binary data into text format
- Tracking of system and user-defined variables
MySQL is a relational database management system initially developed by a Swedish company, MySQL AB. Now it is being developed and supported by Oracle Corporation.
MySQL is the most popular free RDBMS in the world, especially in the internet industry. Among MySQL users are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Yahoo and Adobe. MySQL is a standard database integrated into (for) WAMP, LAMP, XAMPP, AppServ web servers.
MySQL is distributed under GNU GPL license or under commercial license.
MySQL supports stored procedures, triggers, functions, views, cursors, ANSI-standard SQL. DDLs (Dynamic link libraries) and APIs could be useful for developers willing to integrate MySQL into stand-alone applications. Additionally, Oracle offers custom MySQL extensions for commercial license owners. Due to its open architecture, MySQL supports a lot of table types: besides basic MyISAM and InnoDB tables users can create their own table types.
MySQL is compatible with Windows, Linux, Mac OS and UNIX platforms. It is ported to Open VMS as well.
Original MySQL become a basis for various forks such as Drizzlem, OurDelta, Percona Server and MariaDB.