Although cyberwarfare seems like something out of a science fiction movie, the threat is a legitimate concern for public authorities.
Hi and welcome to the last video in our Database Activity Monitoring series where we discuss how Database Activity Monitoring streamlines our customers’ auditing compliance process. We previously touched on how our ongoing vulnerability assessments help organizations gain greater visibility into their database activity.
In response to recent data breaches, state lawmakers have proposed new legislature that would require businesses to provide disclosures to their customers in the event of an attack.
A huge part of securing data is knowing where the information is being stored and how it's shared among professionals. Ideally, database experts should be working 24/7, 365 days a year to monitor all server activity and contents.
Hi and welcome back to the RDX blog, where we're deep in a series about our Database Activity Monitoring services and how these services allow our customers to gain full visibility into their database activity.
The manner in which information is accessed - as well as how fast it's procured - depends on the day-to-day needs of organizations. Database administration services often help businesses decide whether Not Only Structured Query Language (NoSQL) or conventional Structured Query Language is needed to optimize data-related operations.
Real-time monitoring means constant protection from potential threats, and at RDX we customize database activity monitoring to fit our customers’ unique security requirements.
Today we're kicking off a series on Database Activity Monitoring. As your database administrators, safeguarding customer data is our highest priority. That’s why we offer 24x7 Database Activity Monitoring services, which allow organizations to gain full visibility into all database activity.
All too often, the Internet of Things is referred to as an anticipated technology that manufacturers haven't quite figured out how to handle yet. However, production companies distributed throughout the United States are leveraging IoT to improve operations and maintain an accurate, real-time record of all assets.
Cloud technology is changing the way database administration services approach database design. Software produced by Microsoft and Oracle is allowing these professionals to construct scalable, protected servers for their clients.
As the frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks continues to rise, many companies are considering outsourcing to database administration services to provide them with more thorough, dedicated protection. Such professionals specialize in combating the kind of techniques commonly used by criminals to gain access to network servers, cloud environments and operating systems.
One of the main reasons we succeed at reducing database downtime with our clients at RDX is our work towards proactive monitoring and notification tools.
Manufacturers utilize numerous data-producing mechanisms on a day-to-day basis, but aggregating and analyzing that information is a daunting task. A number of them lack appropriate platforms capable of supporting collection and scrutiny processes as well as the personnel to manage the environment's functionality.
When outsourcing your database administration to RDX, you have options. We offer two main models for our remote administration services: Full Database Administration and Supplemental Database Administration outsourcing services.