Database Security Monitoring and Management for SQL Server

SQL Secure

SQL Secure Product Tour

Audit SQL Server User Permissions : SQL Secure discovers security vulnerabilities and user permissions for your entire environment of SQL Server, Amazon RDS for SQL Server, and Azure SQL databases, whether deployed on physical, virtual, or cloud hosts. From a summarized view you can quickly configure your permission collection schedule, take a snapshot of your existing security permissions, explore the SQL Server users and determine the permissions currently in place. Sort, group, or export all user logins using the flexible grid view to audit and analyze user permissions.

Security Report Card : Compare and contrast security related settings across your entire enterprise of SQL Servers. SQL Secure provides an IDERA-defined Level 2 security check for balanced intrusion protection. With the security report card, the top security vulnerabilities are identified on your servers. Security audit rules for Risk Assessment enable database access checks, configuration checks and permission checks. Each security check is categorized: High Risk, Medium Risk or Low Risk.

SQL Server Object Access Rights : Browse and analyze the full SQL Server object tree from server level down to object level, roles, endpoints, etc. Instantly view assigned and effective/inherited permissions and security-related properties at any object level. View and verify all users' assigned and effective rights and permissions at the server, database and object level. You can also view the history of the audits to confirm that the number of objects, permissions, logins and accounts are consistent with what has been previously set.

SQL Server Policies : With over 140 policy checks in seven categories, you can quickly and easily implement security policies across your entire enterprise of SQL Server and Azure SQL Database deployments, whether on-premises or cloud-based. You can import and deploy policy templates with recommendations derived from well-known authorities such as DISA SRR, CIS, and STIG, or use the IDERA-defined templates which combine those recommendations into 3 distinct levels of protection: Basic, Balanced, Strong.

SQL Secure Reporting : Use the reporting tab to quickly create reports for audited SQL Server instances, cross server logins, all servers accessed by a particular user, vulnerabilities, risk assessments, user permissions, server and database roles, and much more. Use the assessment comparison to evaluate how your server permissions comply with internal and external guidelines at multiple points in time, and be alerted of any vulnerability that differs from the saved assessment.