The Effect of Compliance on Database Integrity, Security and Administration

by Patti Jessup Oct. 1, 2017 via Infosecwriters

The dawn of the 21st century saw advances in technology that allowed consumers and businesses to communicate and complete routine and complex transactions using a new vehicle – the internet. This new medium quickly became the status quo for millions of consumers to procure everything from mortgage loans to prescription refills. However, every cloud has a silver lining and a dark side. The dark side quickly materialized in the form of corporate mismanagement scandals, identity theft and privacy violations. New compliance regulations began to take shape in an effort to mitigate these issues. These regulations touch every aspect of a business from financial reporting to firewall configurations.

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Irina Alexandra Negrii 17 hours ago

Database security and integrity are essential aspects of an organization’s security posture..but the sad truth of it is that an organization can spend lots of time, money, and manpower trying to secure its’ online assets, yet one weak spot and the database can go down

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