Data Security

Database firewall

Database firewalls utilize monitoring, blocking and enforcement of security policies and audit rules to protect your database from the threat of attacks, data loss or theft. Hackers often target your sensitive data through SQL injection, Denial of Service or buffer overflow and delays and inconsistencies in applying patches create additional risks. Since databases can contain sensitive, mission-critical data, they’re also targeted for deliberate attacks from both internal and external threats and the resulting cost of lost or stolen data from regulatory investigations, restitution and/or loss of reputation, or competitive advantage is significant. 

We are committed to protecting data where it resides. Our solutions provide real time monitoring, alerting, and blocking capabilities as well as access rules to enforce data usage policies. This includes the ability to audit access to sensitive data, trigger incident analysis, generate response, and enforce compliance rules. By deploying a multi-tiered security strategy that combines agent and network activity monitoring with strong identity management, attacks or malicious activities are detected and blocked before they can compromise your sensitive data.

File firewall

File Firewalls protect unstructured data located on file servers or attached storage devices. Traditional file auditing methods for this data type are cumbersome and directory services and OS level auditing tools for managing user permissions and file usage are inefficient and can’t scale with the growth of unstructured data. The result: Files are among the easiest targets to be removed by an employee.

To counter this threat, we combine real-time monitoring, auditing and user rights management solutions that secure file servers and network attached storage devices. Our consultants audit all access to sensitive file data by privileged and specified application users to ensure that corporate enforcement policies are met and enforced