Enterprises are rapidly adopting NoSQL databases in response to the increase in the amount and kind of data available to enterprises (Big Data) and management’s mandate to extract insights from this data to drive competitive advantage.
Functionally, organizations find NoSQL databases useful because:
According to Udemy.com the benefits to IT of NoSQL databases include:
Because of these advantages, many enterprises that take advantage of Big Data, such as Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Mozilla, Netflix and Twitter, employ NoSQL databases. And, as you might expect, cyber criminals are targeting these databases for the value of the data stored therein.
To reduce risk and achieve the high level of security that will protect the data and executive careers, enterprises that use NoSQL databases need to go beyond basic compliance to truly secure their data across the entire enterprise including multiple geographies, operating systems and environments.
The Vormetric data security platform:
The Vormetric Data Security Platform
Unlike other data security solutions, Vormetric’s extensible platform is tunable to protect data as granular as specific columns or fields. On the other hand, it can protect all the data within a given directory or volume.
The platform supports the broadest range of operating systems and environments in the industry and delivers operational efficiencies through high-performance and centralized management with the Vormetric Data Security Manager (DSM).
To learn more about Vormetric’s security solutions for NoSQL databases, contact Vormetric today.
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