Dynamic data activity monitoring, usually abbreviated as DAM refers to a database security technology purposed for monitoring and analyzing database activity that operate independent of the database management system (DBMS) and does not depend on any form of native (DBMS-resident) auditing or native logs such as trace or transaction logs.

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Database activity monitors captures and records database events, which at a minimum includes all Structured Query Language (SQL) activity, in near real-time, including database administrator activity, across multiple database platforms and generates alerts on policy violations. What does this imply? DAM is the only tool that sees everything that takes place within your database. This means every action by an application, user or administrator can be collected, analyzed and can …

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A Dynamic Data Masking  Management System, abbreviated as DBMS, is a software package with computer programs that control the creation, maintenance, and use of a database. It allows organizations to conveniently develop databases for various applications by database Dynamic Data Masking  administrators and other specialists. A database is an integrated collection of data records, files, and other objects. A DBMS allows different user application programs to concurrently access the same database.


Dynamic Data Masking  Management Systems may use a variety of database models, such as the relational model or object model, to conveniently describe and support applications. It typically supports query languages, which are in fact high-level programming languages, dedicated database languages that considerably simplify writing database application programs.

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This article seeks to explore the dynamic data masking  as service paradigm and the challenges introduced by that. Today, efficient data processing is a fundamental and vital issue for almost every scientific, academic, or business organization. Therefore the organizations end up installing and managing database management systems to satisfy different data processing needs.


Although it is possible to purchase the necessary dynamic data masking software, hardware, deploy database products, establish network connectivity, and hire the professional people who run the system, as a traditional solution, this solution has been getting increasingly expensive and impractical as the database systems and problems become larger and more complicated. As described above, the traditional solution entails different costs. It might be arguable that …

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Over time, a company’s network resources have grown to include the web server that hosts their website. In order to view website content in an Internet browser, users must be granted access to it, and this means that the firewall must be configured to grant users access to the web server. If the database firewall blocks the web server, website visitors would not be able to view the web content.

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Access is Granted to Hackers

Once the database firewall is configured to allow access to the web server, it will automatically allow all traffic to flow between the user and the web server. The database firewall cannot differentiate between a nice user and a hacker, and as a result both …

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