McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases automatically discovers databases on your network, determines if the latest patches have been applied, and tests for common weaknesses such as weak passwords, default accounts, and other common threats. Vulnerability Manager for Databases conducts more than 4,700 vulnerability checks against leading database systems, including Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, and MySQL.
Clear visibility into database vulnerabilities — By improving visibility into database vulnerabilities and providing expert recommendations for remediation, Vulnerability Manager for Databases reduces the likelihood of a damaging breach, and saves money through better preparation for audits and compliance with regulatory mandates.
Risk evaluation from all known threat vectors — Unlike other products that overwhelm you with a myriad of minor threats hiding the critical issues that must be addressed, Vulnerability Manager for Databases evaluates risk from all known threat vectors and clearly classifies threats into distinct priority levels, provides fix scripts, and includes recommendations.
Centralized database security management — McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases is fully integrated with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software to provide end-to-end visibility, detailed alerts and reports, and a consolidated management platform for database and other protections.
Know exactly where risks are and how to minimize the likelihood of a breach by automatically discovering databases on the network, and conducting more than 4,700 checks for vulnerabilities.
Get recommendations for remediation for the most high-priority vulnerabilities, in many cases augmented with fix scripts you can run to address any issues.
Get comprehensive and up-to-date checks of the most popular database platforms reporting on meaningful criteria such as version/patch level, changed objects, modified privileges, and forensic traces from common hacker tools.
Find databases by scanning the network or by importing from existing tools, and identify tables containing restricted information based on preset patterns.
Use a variety of techniques to detect weak passwords and shared passwords, including hashed passwords (SHA-1, MD5, and DES), by downloading data for local analysis to avoid affecting database performance.
View reports for PCI DSS and other regulations, as well as specific reports for various stakeholders such as database administrators (DBAs), developers, and InfoSec users.
Organize items by priority and provide actionable recommendations for remediation based on input from leading security researchers.
McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases is directly managed with the ePO platform, providing centralized reporting and summary information for thousands of databases from a single, consistent dashboard.
These are minimum system requirements only. Actual requirements will vary depending on the nature of your environment.
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McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases evaluates risk from all know threat vectors and clearly classifies threats into distinct priority levels, provides fix scripts, and includes recommendations.
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McAfee Database Security offers real-time protection for business-critical databases from all vectors and types of threats: external, internal, and even intra-database exploits.
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