Organizations store a wide variety of sensitive personal and mission-critical data on the SQL Servers. Securing that data from unauthorized access is fundamental to any effective data security model. Studies estimate that a company’s average total cost of a security breach can be 3.5 million or more. Do you know who has access to your company’s sensitive data? Are you sure? IDERA’s SQL Secure is a comprehensive automated solution for monitoring, analyzing, and reporting on security access rights for all your SQL Server databases. With it, you can identify each user’s effective rights across all SQL Server objects to see who has access to what and where there are holes in your security model. Configure real-time notifications to alert you of violations in your company policies or regulatory guidelines. SQL Secure provides customizable templates for payment card industry (PCI) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. In addition to access rights. SQL Secure analyzes password health of SQL Server logins, identifies services ports protocols and APIs that may allow malicious attacks. And assesses the operating system (OS) setup to identify issues that would compromise security. A central security repository keeps a complete history of SQL security settings. With the ability to designate a baseline to compare against future snapshots to aid in security auditing and forensic analysis. SQL Server data security is of paramount concern. IDERA’ SQL Secure helps you identify vulnerabilities and hardened security across all your SQL Servers. See for yourself. Visit today and download a free full-function trial of SQL Secure.

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Why use SQL Secure?

DERA SQL Secure is a security analysis solution that identifies SQL Server security violations and ensures security policies are enforced. SQL Secure gives DBAs the control to identify who has access to what and each user’s effective rights across all SQL Server objects.

SQL Secure has a report catalog that tracks vulnerabilities, security changes and user entitlements over time. DBAs are able to view a complete history of SQL Server security settings and designate a baseline to compare against future changes by providing an audit trail for forensic analysis. The security report card feature in SQL Secure identifies top security vulnerabilities and categorizes them as high, medium or low risk. SQL Secure also has multiple customizable security templates include PCL, HIPAA, and FERPA to extract the necessary information needed for security requirements. Learn More →

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