Data Security Courses (5):
In this Tech Talk, Shay Harel discusses several new IBM Guardium 10.6 enhancements that improve usability, core functionality and enable greater extensibility to new types of data environments. In the area of usability, there is a new policy builder user interface, as well as easier to use query report builder. There are new monitoring capabilities for Database as a Service. In addition, Guardium performance has been enhanced. Vulnerability assessment has improved accuracy and scan granularity. File access management with NAS and SharePoint enables consistent data protection across unstructured as well as structured data.
IBM Guardium version 10.6 introduces multi-threading capabilities to vulnerability assessment. With multi-threading, you can run vulnerability assessments in parallel, reducing completion time while more efficiently using CPU resources.
In this video series, you will see how to configure vulnerability assessment multi-threading.
- Store and protect your data in object stores of any cloud, encrypted under keys that only you control
- Easily move data between or out of Cloud Service Providers (CSPs)
- Securely back up or copy data from one server and restore or paste that data to another server
IBM Guardium v10.6 introduces session-level policy. This feature allows you to create policies that use database session information to make key decisions about actions, and makes Guardium database monitoring more efficient.
In this lab, you create and test a session-level policy.
In this video, you will learn how IBM Guardium supports monitoring capabilities for Database as a Service (DBaaS) and containerized databases, offering a consistent approach to data protection for on-premise and cloud environments.