Author: Robert Agar
A constant in the computing world is that it is always evolving and offering new challenges and opportunities. Software solutions come and go with some becoming staples in the business community while others barely cause a ripple as they disappear into the ether. Take MySQL as an example. From its humble beginnings in 1994, the platform has grown to become the most popular SQL database in 2019. If you are a database professional, chances are very good that you work with MySQL regularly.
The popularity of the database platform has not gone unnoticed by the unscrupulous entities that engage in cybersecurity attacks with nefarious intentions. Whether acting …[Read more]