McAfee's database security solution offers real-time, reliable protection for business-critical databases from external, internal, and intra-database threats, and requires no architecture changes, costly hardware, or database downtime. Organizations of all sizes can gain complete visibility into their overall database landscape and corresponding security posture, fully align their security policy administration practices, and efficiently maintain regulatory compliance. The solution is completely integrated with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software and provides single pane manageability for database security and other security solutions.
Know the exact location and vulnerability level of all your databases. McAfee Vulnerability Manager for Databases gives you complete visibility into your overall database security posture, providing you with a detailed risk assessment across more than 4,700 vulnerability checks. Get clear classification of database security threats into distinct priority levels, fix scripts, and expert remediation recommendations that better prepare your organization for audits and compliance with regulatory mandates.
Boost your overall database security with reliable, real-time protection against external and internal threats across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. McAfee's activity monitoring sensors require no costly hardware or changes to your existing system architecture, giving you an easy-to-deploy, highly scalable database security solution. The sensors immediately detect any kind of unauthorized or malicious behavior and terminate it without significant impact to overall system performance. McAfee Database Activity Monitoring greatly simplifies your database security management and helps ensure compliance with PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA/HITECH, SAS 70, and many other types of regulations.
Ensure up-to-date database security and compliance without the business disruption of database downtime. With McAfee Virtual Patching for Databases, your organization can secure protection from the latest database security threats and efficiently maintain compliance if a vendor-released patch that deals with a known vulnerability has yet to be installed, or even if the database is no longer supported by the vendor.