On February 13th, developers participating in the Linux project assembled in Santa Rosa, California to assess the kernel's development over the past year. It's been nearly 20 years since Linux 1.0 was released, and the solution has evolved considerably since then.
This is the fourth article of a series that focuses on database security. In my introduction, I provide an overview of the database protection process and what is to be discussed in future installments. In last month’s article, we finished our discussion of the most common threats and vulnerabilities. In this latest installment, we’ll review the database vulnerability assessment process. We’ll begin by learning how to perform an initial database vulnerability assessment. In addition, we’ll discuss the importance of performing assessments on a regular basis to ensure that no new security vulnerabilities are introduced into our environment.
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