Free Report | Top Ten Database Threats

Learn How To Spot and Stop These Complex Threats

Corporate databases contain the crown jewels of an organization, which means a break-in, by insiders (employee) or outsiders (Hacktivist/Cybercriminal), can cost millions in fines, lawsuits, and customer attrition. The good news is there are 10 commonly used methods to attack databases. Defend against these, and you will have a highly secure database.

Databases have the highest rate of breaches among all business assets, according to the 2012 Verizon Data Breach Report. Verizon reported that 96% of records breached are from databases, and the Open Security Foundation revealed that 242.6 million records were potentially compromised in 2012.