Category Archives: data breach

SQL Injection Still Causing Trouble

An on-going and important aspect of managing database security is designing your applications to avoid SQL injection attacks. SQL injection is a form of web hacking whereby SQL statements are specified in the fields of a web form to cause … Continue reading

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Have You Thought About the Impact of eDiscovery on Your Data Management Strategy?

When thinking about data management it is unlikely that your first thought is about legal requirements. Nevertheless, the legal side of data management must be considered in this day and age of regulatory compliance. To some, the sheer volume and … Continue reading

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Database Security Books

With the onslaught of increasing governmental regulations and never-ending news stories on data breaches, securing corporate data is indeed a hot topic these days. You can also see just how hot by taking a look at the recent books published … Continue reading

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Archive Your Data to Minimize Data Breach Exposure

Data┬ábreaches continue to dominate the IT newscape, with bigger and uglier data breaches being announced on a weekly basis. Just this past quarter saw several significant breaches including the LizaMoon SQL injection attacks and the Sony Playstation data breaches, among … Continue reading

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It Must Have Been a Big Data Breach

Over the past few days I have received several e-mails from reputable companies indicating that their database marketing vendor experienced a breach. The messages are very similar, each one looking somewhat like the following: Dear Customer: We were notified by … Continue reading

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