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.
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 …Read More →