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How should databases be protected?

There’s simply no denying that Data is the currency of the future. All businesses have one or more databases and are naturally heavily reliant on them not only to store information, but also to utilise the data to make business informed decisions. Whether it’s payroll data, employee records, customer information, financial information or even inventory data today’s list of Data is endless. Understandably, with such a huge wealth of data stored in databases, it is a lucrative spot for data leakages or hacking to occur.

When we look at protecting company databases, there are three levels we need to look at:

-Perimeter-level: Our IT infrastructure comes into the picture here - network servers, hardware and other inbound/outbound channels that can potentially distribute malicious software.

-End-user level: Organisations use Endpoint Protection software to prevent each machine from injecting malware or other problems into the network. Web filtering is also often used to help users to avoid visiting dangerous websites.

-Data-level: Protecting the data itself, whichever database it resides in.

Kayreach System NSSA Business Unit (BU), which currently provides Databases Protection in Encryption Solution and its family products. We have been more than 15-years serving our customers with excellent after services. To find out more about Databases Protection please contact us!


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