Preventing Data Breaches with ASE Security
It is no longer sufficient to protect the end-points of data access - employee laptops and mobile devices. Priority should also be given to protecting databases containing large volumes of personal data and corporate intellectual property. A breach in a sensitive database can result in a far bigger loss than a stolen laptop.
Join Jeff Pryslak, Sybase Sr. Manager of Engineering Development, for a webcast on preventing data breaches. Jeff will focus on the taxonomy of data breaches and discuss the role databases and DBAs play in securing the company's data. ASE Security technologies, combined with the right education and security management process, can be an effective prescription for your company's data health. When it comes to data breaches, prevention is certainly better than cure.