Database Management

"Getting Started" chapter from "Implementing Database Security and Auditing"

Provided by IBM

Category Database Management

Type E-Book

Length 36

Publish Date December 16 2009

Date posted March 24 2011

Overview

Read this "Getting Started" chapter from Implementing Database Security and Auditing (Elsevier Press) to learn best practices and specific tips for securing Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, MySQL and Sybase environments, including tracking security vulnerabilities, the anatomy of buffer overflow vulnerabilities and database auditing.

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