SQL injection attacks, insider threats and regulations are driving organizations to find new ways to secure sensitive data stored in databases. To make matters worse, Forrester reports that 60 percent of enterprises are behind in applying database security patches. Whereas most attention has previously been focused on securing network perimeters and client systems (firewalls, IDS/IPS, anti-virus, etc.), we are now entering a new phase where information security professionals are now being tasked with ensuring that corporate databases are secure from breaches and unauthorized changes. In this podcast Caleb talks with Ron Ben-Natan, IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO for Data Security, Compliance and Optimization at IBM.
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