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Database security and audits are one of the most important compliance components that need to be set up properly and quickly so that your organization does not miss out on business opportunities requiring the storage of user data. With the new regulations like GDPR, PCI, SOC kicking in, data protection rules will need to be integrated into the application, product, or service from the initial phase so that a team is well versed at every level and defaults to code that protects the data. Scalability Engineers will cover key areas for the successful implementation of security and audit policies.
Our experts can thoroughly review the current security and audit policies. We can leverage best-in-class security for your database environment and also sure that there are no unauthorized access.
Even authorization can be reviewed to ensure people are authorized precisely for what their role requires, nothing more. Along with security, we also help you build a system where every access or modification is monitored and logged. After the review, we share those with you and help you increase the security and audit cover.
Your ability to answer such questions can make or break a compliance audit. Sometimes it may be necessary to review certain audit data in greater detail.
for example: if some user is deleting data from tables, then the security administrator might decide to audit all connections to the database and all successful and unsuccessful deletions of rows from all tables in the database.
for example: The database administrator can gather statistics about which tables are being updated, how many logical I/Os are performed, or how many concurrent users connect at peak times.
for example: You can create audit policies that you expect will never generate an audit record because the data is protected in other ways. However, if these policies do generate audit records, then you will know the other security controls are not properly implemented.