Guardium 11 introduces Policy Analyzer, which provides rule counts for installed Data Access Management (DAM) policy rules.
Polices are a core component of the Guardium Solution. Policies are
sets of rules and actions applied in real time to the database traffic
observed by a Guardium system. Policies define which traffic is ignored
or logged, which activities require more granular logging, and which
activities should trigger an alert or block access to the database.
Therefore, it is critical to develop strategies and techniques
associated with polices to maintain a healthy Guardium ecosystem while
meeting business requirements. This course consolidates every Guardium
policy course on the Security Learning Academy, which provides you with
practical knowledge and hands-on experiences to help you develop
effective and efficient Guardium polices in your environment.
this course, you learn about creating, installing, and tuning Guardium
polices through various related videos and labs. In addition, you learn
about policy strategy, recommended practices when designing your
polices, and advanced policy techniques.
In Guardium, when a database user name in a report is blank, the cause should be investigated by the Guardium administrator. In this course, you will learn various causes and solutions for missing DB USER information, illustrated with specific examples.
The correct approach for upgrading Guardium depends on multiple factors, which include the version you are upgrading from, the hardware of your system, and any special partitioning requirements you might have. A common way to upgrade Guardium to the latest version is the upgrade patch method. Use an upgrade patch to upgrade all systems in a managed environment. The upgrade patch preserves all data and configurations with the exception of UI customizations due to a new UI architecture.
In this course, you learn how to plan a Guardium 11 upgrade, how to install the upgrade patch, and how to troubleshoot common installation failures.