While there will continue to be much publicized cases of lost or stolen laptops containing personally identifiable information (PII), attempts to steal large amounts of information through attacks on servers is becoming increasingly common. Securing data on servers requires multiple layers of protection spanning both technical and administrative functions. Without question simple preventive measures such as disabling
unused accounts and prohibiting shared administrative accounts go a long way toward raising
the security bar. Those solutions, however, do not monitor the SQL sent to the database over the trusted connection path. Read on.
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