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GreenSQL May Webinars invitation

GreenSQL invites you to participate in our May Webinars
MAY 18- Securing Databases in Minutes with GreenSQL Express
MAY 24 – Unified Database Security, the Next Generation of Database Security
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GreenSQL Express Webinar, Wednesday March 16th

Hi Everyone,

I would like to personally invite you to a GreenSQL Express Webinar,
I’ll be demonstrating GreenSQL Express, the free and simple way to keep your information private and safe.

On Wednesday, March 16th (just 2 weeks from now),
It’s called “How to Protect Sensitive Information in Minutes: Setting up GreenSQL Express with Basic Security Rules”

If you’re serious about protecting your data, you need to hear and see how it’s done. I’ll talk about:

1. Why you need a Database firewall / security solution
2. Where and How to install GreenSQL Express in your infrastructure
3. How to use GreenSQL Express to protect you database
4. How to create the security polices you need in minutes
5. How to protect your database from SQL injection attacks
6. How to implement a separation of duties in your database access
7. How to maintain business continuity …

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Announcing the release of GreenSQL Pro and GreenSQL Light

We are proud to announce the release of GreenSQL Pro and GreenSQL Light, our first commercial Unified Database Security solutions, designed to provide all organizations – from small and medium businesses all the way to large enterprises – robust database security at an affordable price.

“Commercial Unified Database Security solutions” is a mouthful. Let’s look at what that means.

For us, commercial has several meanings. First, we have designed GreenSQL Pro for commercial organizations; second, we charge a modest fee for it; and third, unlike our open source code, we take full responsibility for it.

How about unified? To be unified, something must first have parts. GreenSQL Pro and GreenSQL Light include many aspects of database security within them, all contributing to their primary mission: securing databases. We’ll be discussing some of those aspects below.

And of course, there’s database. …

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