Database security: protecting the crown jewels

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Database security: protecting the crown jewels

As companies like Deutsche Telekom have learned, attackers are going after databases, reports Deb Radcliff.

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As companies like Deutsche Telekom have learned, attackers are going after databases, reports Deb Radcliff. Universities, banks, SMBs and large brands alike are waking up to the fact that their databases are no longer safe inside their perimeter firewalls, intrusion prevention systems and other ...

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