Bill Roth, Ulitzer Editor-at-Large

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In from the cold - databases join the collective

Happy Valentines people. Today we show love to the world of databases.

We’ve just announced our Database Security Manager 4.1 refresh. Most of you out there, collect logs from all sorts of interesting places, and do really useful things with that information. It’s therefore a constant surprise to us, that you neglect to collect information from your databases.

Database Security Manager is our attempt to rectify that. While others will give you tools that vacuum up the databases' own auditing files, or have some other crude collection method, we give you a completely unobtrusive agent that not only reports what’s happening within your database, it has the power to intervene and stop mistakes from being made.

LogLogic Database Security Manager is used by people like you to ensure the security of your database deployments. Database Security Manager includes an extensive rule-base and management dashboard, and is part of LogLogic’s unique Universal Collection Framework – the ability to get any IT data, regardless of format or location.

LogLogic Database Security Manager 4.1 offers the following capabilities:

  • Integrated vulnerability scanner for greater security
  • Real-time virtual patching of security vulnerabilities
  • Host-based agent for full database activity control
  • Granular policy-based detection & integrated prevention capabilities
  • Enhanced auditing with pre- and post-edit values
  • Fully integrated in to our Get.See.Use architecture for compliance and forensic analysis

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Bill Roth is a Silicon Valley veteran with over 20 years in the industry. He has played numerous product marketing, product management and engineering roles at companies like BEA, Sun, Morgan Stanley, and EBay Enterprise. He was recently named one of the World's 30 Most Influential Cloud Bloggers.