Discover what real users think of database security products
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Discover what real users think of database security products

The term “data is the new oil” has been doing the rounds for over decade (since about 2006), but still, the value in data seems to keep on increasing. This is partly because of the high profile security breaches, which have been consistently impacting the enterprise, and highlighting the true value of this commodity. Partly because of the rise of the VIP status of the customer and growing need for sophisticated personalisation to stay ahead. And partly because of the raft of new legislation (like GDPR) which makes it particularly important that data is stored and used securely and compliantly.

But what about database security itself? Do you know which products and solutions work the best? This 28-page report from IT Central Station compiles real users’ views on data security. It provides an overview of the top 10 vendors (and what makes them good) and offers an overview of the top five solutions by ranking order. If you want solid, unbiased advice on which database security offering would work best for your organisation make sure you download the full report.

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