dataguise Announces Download Version of Its Sensitive Data Discovery and Auditing Solution

dataguise, a provider of security solutions for protecting sensitive data across the enterprise, yesterday announced a 14-day fully functional software trial version of its dgdiscover database security solution for Microsoft SQL Server and MS Access environments.

The full use license for dgdiscover for heterogeneous database environments, supports Oracle, DB2, Teradata and Sybase in addition to Microsoft SQL Server and MS Access.

dataguise dgdiscover is designed to find structured database repositories across the network and then identify the data at risk within the database. Most organizations that have measures in place to control access to critical data in their production environments do not always extend protection efforts to non-production data - an area addressed by its software, says dataguise.

dgdiscover is being offered at no charge to provide approved enterprise customers with the tools needed to perform a 'spot check' network analysis for determining their security posture with respect to sensitive data at risk and compliance requirements. By utilizing the discovery capabilities included in the trial version of dgdiscover, enterprises can obtain insight into their SQL Server and MS Access database repositories that is necessary to develop a robust security strategy that reduces the risk of a serious data breach, explains Allan Thompson, executive vice president of operations at dataguise.

"Our plan is, over the next 6 months, to start rolling out different download versions of single platforms as part of a trial process, so if you are just an Oracle shop, you will be able to download the Oracle version, if you are an IBM shop, you will be able to download the DB2 version, and so, over the next few months, you will see multiple flavors of dgdiscover for independent databases," Thompson tells 5 Minute Briefing.

Request to download the dgdiscover for Microsoft SQL Server and MS Access trial version can be made online here

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