We recently conducted a webinar on Audit Log analysis for MySQL & MariaDB Databases. This blog will further provide a deep dive into the security & compliance surrounding databases.
Database auditing is the tracking of database resources utilization and authority, specifically, the monitoring and recording of user database actions. Auditing can be based on a variety of factors, including individual actions, such as the type of SQL statement executed, or on a combination of factors such as user name, application, time, etc. Performing regular database log analysis bolsters your internal security measures by answering questions like who changed your critical data, when it was changed, and more. Database auditing also helps you comply with increasingly demanding compliance requirements.
The purpose of this blog is to outline the importance of audit log …[Read more]