Category Archives: auditing

Database Access Auditing: Who Did What to Which Data When?

As just about anyone in business these days knows there is a growing list of government and industry regulations that organizations must understand and comply with. This increasing compliance pressure is particularly intense on data stored in corporate databases. Companies … Continue reading

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Ten Steps to Minimize Data Risk During an Acquisition

Merger and acquisition activity continues to be a constant in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world… and those of us who work in the field of IT and data management are likely to be involved in an acquisition, perhaps multiple times during … Continue reading

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Auditing Mainframe Database Data Access and Modification

Tracking who did what to which piece of data, and when they did it, is important because there are many threats to data security. External agents trying to compromise security and access company data are rightly viewed as a threat … Continue reading

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