McAfee Integrity Monitoring for Databases tests systems for common configuration vulnerabilities, monitors changes to these settings, and helps you build a custom security policy to access your sensitive data — providing visibility into potentially dangerous configuration changes and making it easier to demonstrate compliance.
Centralized checks of database configuration settings — Integrity Monitoring for Databases is an easy-to-deploy solution for assessing the security status of the most widely-deployed database platforms (Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, and MySQL) across an enterprise, including version/patch level, audit settings, configuration parameters, and privileges.
Improved visibility into database security posture — By evaluating and monitoring database configuration settings and access to sensitive data, organizations can demonstrate compliance and minimize the likelihood of a breach.
Streamlined software upgrades — Upgrade your software easily without impacting existing operations or performance with a simple path to more advanced capabilities. You can enhance core security by adding McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases (with much more extensive testing of database servers) and McAfee Database Activity Monitoring (with customizable rules and intrusion prevention).
Start testing and monitoring database servers immediately. You can install McAfee Integrity Monitoring for Databases without requiring any changes to your database systems.
Install Integrity Monitoring for Databases on physical servers, along with the database on virtual machines, and deploy remotely on cloud servers.
Monitor and log high-risk transactions, including DDL, drop/alter table, privilege grants, and changes to audit settings and relevant configuration parameters. Generate a trusted audit log for configuration changes that could impact security.
Generate preconfigured reports for compliance regulations and create custom reports identifying administrative users, expired users, database properties, and more.
Provision sensors along with the database on each virtual machine, and deploy on cloud servers to enable remote testing and monitoring.
These are minimum system requirements only. Actual requirements will vary depending on the nature of your environment.
Use a single solution and achieve continuous compliance with McAfee Configuration Control.
Learn how the McAfee Database Security Solution protects you from database breaches and falling victim to cybercrime. This solution includes McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases, McAfee Database Activity Monitoring, and McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator software.
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McAfee Database Security offers real-time protection for business-critical databases from all types of threats: external, internal, and even intra-database exploits.
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