Simple and safe access management for databases
With companies investing in data democratization and engineering teams adopting Infrastructure-as-Code, the number of databases and users and services with access to them is growing very rapidly. Instead of a tightly managed group of Oracle servers managed by DBAs, critical company data lives across a massive number of RDS and CloudSQL instances wrapped around MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, etc and data lakes comprising of Snowflake, S3, Redshift, BigQuery, etc.
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• Keeping a 1:1 ratio of users to database accounts is operationally difficult, so it’s not often practiced
• Sharing database account causes companies to lose visibility into who is doing what with sensitive data
• It is possible to grant database access in a way that’s operationally easy, without sacrificing visibility or security
Network Shield Introduction & Demo
Join Rich Young, Enterprise Solutions Engineer and Jeremy Wolff, SE Director as they demonstrate the power of Cyral’s Network Shield. Learn how to restrict access …
How to Resolve Service Accounts with Cyral
A common problem many security teams face is the lack of identity attribution for the end users of various applications and BI tools that use service accounts to query data from databases.