Database Security Service

DBSS is a smart database protection service. Based on the reverse proxy and machine learning technologies, it provides functions such as sensitive data discovery, data masking, database auditing, and injection attack prevention

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Easy to Use

DBSS can be simply purchased by one click, and its software nodes are automatically deployed. DBSS is easy to operate and requires no special training

Smart

DBSS supports fine-grained account and duty segregation as well as table-, line-, and column-specific configuration

Regulation-Compliant

DBSS complies with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Sarbanes–Oxley Act (SOX), and PCI Data Security Standard II (PCI DSS II).

Powerful and Reliable

Cluster deployment and active-standby disaster recovery

Application Scenarios

  • Protecting RDS Databases

  • Protecting Databases in ECSs/BMSs

Protecting RDS Databases

Protecting RDS Databases

DBSS can be used to protect databases created in Relational Database Service (RDS)

Benefits

  • Simple deployment

  • In-depth integration with RDS to help users comply with regulations

Protecting Databases in ECSs/BMSs

Protecting Databases in ECSs/BMSs

Conventionally, enterprises respond to security emergencies simply by OS reinstallation. They are still frequently attacked afterwards because vulnerabilities remain on other servers

Benefits

  • Supports external databases in ECSs and BMSs

  • Helps users comply with regulations

Function Description

Database Security

Unified approach to security involves database firewall, SQL injection prevention, duty segregation, and access control

Activity Monitoring

All queries inspected, access recorded, sensitive tables audited, and unauthorized activities presented in alarms

Sensitive Data Discovery

Sensitive data can be automatically located and classified for easy creation of masking and auditing rules

Dynamic Masking

Sensitive data is masked in real time to avoid disclosure

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