If you have been using StealthAUDIT for your data access governance (DAG) and compliance needs, then you have likely come across situations where you would like to purge data pertaining to a specific host being monitored. In addition, when you upgrade to a newer release of StealthAUDIT, there might be a need to drop all […]
Having worked with Unix and Linux servers for a long time, one feature that I came to appreciate is the Secure Shell (SSH) daemon. The SSH server daemon allows users to securely connect to Linux and Unix servers using an SSH client. Those of you who work with Linux and Unix servers are quite familiar […]
If you decided to implement StealthAUDIT to meet your data access governance and security needs, then you made the right decision. StealthAUDIT core requires a SQL Server database to store the audited data, configuration settings, and certain historic data. In this blog, I will review some of the best practices when it comes to setting […]
Microsoft announced the release of SQL Server 2019 at Ignite 2019 with some exciting new features including Scalar UDF inlining, always-on connection, and Linux support. In my previous blog, I walked through the steps of integrating a Linux host running on CentOS 8 into a Windows Active Directory (AD) domain configured on Windows 2012 R2 […]
PostgreSQL or simply referred to as Postgres has had a very colorful history. It began in 1986 as a POSTGRES project led by Professor Michael Stonebraker, which was sponsored by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Army Research Office (ARO), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and ESL, Inc. Postgres95 was released in 1994 for […]
Microsoft SQL Server is the third most popular Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) as of September 2020 according to DB-Engines ranking. It is also the most confusing RDBMS when it comes to database security compared to other popular RDBMS systems, such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, etc. Having worked with Oracle for a very long time, I […]
Now that you have been using StealthAUDIT for Oracle for a while, you might be wondering how to squeeze more value out of the product by enhancing the information it is collecting and reporting on. StealthAUDIT for Oracle relies on the Oracle Traditional Auditing or Unified Auditing capabilities to collect and report on user activity, as well as successful or unsuccessful […]
The industrial revolution began in the late 18th century and revolutionized the manufacturing process; in a similar manner, the digital revolution happening now is fundamentally changing the way that organizations conduct business. The Digital revolution is all about the digital transformation of how business is conducted in today’s connected world. By migrating data from paper […]
StealthAUDIT for Oracle can monitor database user activity in all your Oracle databases. In addition, it can also enumerate and report on user permissions, database configuration, conduct a vulnerability assessment and can help you discover and report on sensitive data stored in your Oracle databases. StealthAUDIT Oracle activity monitoring can audit all types of database […]
In today’s world, it is quite common for companies to use more than one type of relational database platform to host enterprise applications. If you are an old-time Oracle DBA like me and are asked to administer Microsoft SQL Servers in addition to Oracle databases, the task can be pretty daunting from a SQL Server […]
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