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Do You Know Where Your Existing Database Security Solutions Are Failing?

Recently, Oracle announced that its latest April critical patch update does not address the TNS Poison vulnerability uncovered by a researcher 4 years ago. In addition to this vulnerability from an attacker, organizations face data breaches from internal negligence and insiders. In a May 2012 survey by the Ponemon Institute, 50% say sensitive data contained in databases and applications has been compromised or stolen by malicious insiders such as privileged users. On top of that 68% find it difficult to restrict user access to sensitive information in IT and business environments.

While databases offer basic security features that can be programmed and configured to protect data, it may not be enough and may not scale with your growing organizations. The problem stems from the fact that application development and DBA teams need to have a solid understanding of database vendor specific offerings in order to ensure that the security feature has been properly set up and deployed. If your organization has a number of different databases (Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server) and that number is growing, it can be costly to maintain all the database specific solutions. Many Informatica customers have faced this problem and looked to Informatica to provide a complete, end-to-end solution that addresses database security on an enterprise-wide level.

Come talk to us at Informatica World and hear from our customers about how they’ve used Informatica to minimize the risk of breaches across a number of use cases including:
- Test data management
- Production support in off-shore projects
- Dynamically protecting PII or PHI data for research portals
- Dynamically protecting data in cross-border applications

At Informatica, you can meet us in our sessions on Thursday, May 17, at the Aria in Las Vegas:
10:10 – 11:10 – Ensuring Data Privacy for Warehouses and Applications with Informatica Data Masking in Room Juniper 3
11:20 – 12:20 – Protecting Sensitive Data Using Informatica’s Test Data Management Solution in Room Starvine 12

Also come to the Informatica Data Privacy booth and lab for in depth demonstrations and presentations of our data privacy solutions and customer deployments.

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