Database Security Service Video
Database Security Service (DBSS) is a smart database protection service. With the reverse proxy and machine learning technologies, the service is able to provide such functions as sensitive data discovery, data masking, database auditing, and injection prevention.
Automatic Threat Identification
Enables security policy rules to be automatically generated or user-defined. The firewall automatically identifies changes in service behavior as a threat and rejects the service request.
High-Risk Behavior Monitoring
Lets users define rules to monitor databases for high-risk activity (based on query, table, or stored procedure). Audit reports present this monitoring by pre-event, post-event, common user, and administrator.
Database Security Protection
Allows you to apply for a database security instance in one click for database monitoring (SQL Server, MySQL, and PostgreSQL), for better security on the cloud.
Dynamic Data Discovery and Masking
Locates and categorizes sensitive data by rule, creates data masking and audit rules, and masks the detected data in real time. This protects sensitive user data from exposure and complies with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Sarbanes–Oxley Act (SOX), and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) II.
Intelligent Database Security Monitoring
Presents the real-time monitoring status of firewalls, SQL injection, audit, and data masking.
Easy to Use
DBSS can be purchased with one click, and its software nodes are automatically deployed. In addition, it is easy to operate and does not require changing database configurations.
DBSS supports fine-grained rights control and configurations. It uses a mechanism based on feature identification and scoring to prevent mis-reporting.
DBSS complies with the HIPAA, SOX, and PCI DSS II. To meet auditing requirements, it supports sensitive data discovery, dynamic data masking, and remote audit log storage.
DBSS supports active-passive disaster recovery to ensure service continuity and availability.
Various policies are provided to prevent database attacks.
Depending on the risk of your database, the intrusion detection or defense system can be enabled. In addition, DBSS provides capabilities such as SQL injection prevention and access control.
DBSS provides security policies that are based on query groups, tables, or stored Quick Configurations.
DBSS instances can learn by themselves. After each user-defined "learning session", they generate security policies that can be accepted or rejected.
DBSS can discover and dynamically mask sensitive data in your database.
The ability to discover sensitive data helps you comply with industrial regulations.
DBSS provides a wide variety of masking rules. Data can be masked in specific tables or against queries from specific IP addresses, users, or applications.
With a precise masking engine, DBSS masks sensitive data in real time without compromising service performance. Masked data will not be changed in storage.
Multiple policies prevent database attacks and ensure database security on the cloud.
Database firewalls can defend databases against SQL injection and other attacks, including attack detection, alarming, and real-time intrusion prevention.
DBSS automatically generates security rules based on its self-learning mode.
DBSS provides fine-grained control over database access by internal personnel, complying with the minimum permission access rule.
You can create security policies based on query groups, tables, or stored Quick Configurations.
DBSS locates and dynamically masks sensitive data.
DBSS complies with security regulations.
Locates and categorizes sensitive data based on rules automatically and allows you to create masking or auditing rules easily.
Dynamically masks sensitive data, removing your worries about information exposure.
Dynamically masks sensitive data using a proxy, without affecting the raw service data.
Monitors database access activities, sends alarms for unauthorized activities, and provides a compliance report.
DBSS monitors management and access activities at the column level.
Advanced activity monitoring includes the front and rear views of sensitive database tables and columns. It can independently monitor and analyze database activities and generate alarms for unauthorized activities.
DBSS has a built-in knowledge base about regulation compliance (PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and SOX) and generates compliance audit reports.