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New Dark Reading Alert Report: The Long Arm Of Database Security

New report offers compendium of recent developments in database threats, solutions
Looking for a quick way to catch up on recent developments in database vulnerabilities and threats? Check out "The Long Arm of Database Security," a new alert report posted this week on Dark Reading's Database Security Tech Center.

The new alert offers a look back at some of the key stories of database security's recent past, including:

    * the recent breach at the Pentagon Federal Credit Union and how endpoint issues may affect database security.

    * the potential for database compromise via third-party providers.

    * the top five challenges in securing Oracle databases.

    * the 10 most common database vulnerabilities.

    * lessons from five of the biggest database breaches in 2010.

    * how the integration of database activity monitoring (DAM) and security information and event management (SIEM) can lead to more secure databases.

To download a free copy of "The Long Arm of Database Security," go to the Dark Reading Database Security Tech Center.

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