- Database access monitoring
- Vulnerability assessment
- PCI compliance
- SOX compliance
- GDPR compliance
We have integrate IBM Guardium with ArcSight and Splunk.
The ability to collect the data without database administrators being able to modify it.
For the most part, it is stable. Depends on the year.
It has scaled. It was pulling teeth, but it does scale.
We taught IBM about the limits of the product. They did not think there were limits to the product. There were, because we do very extensive testing of performance. We can tell you when a product is going to break. Their development thought this was valuable because they do not have the facilities to do this sort of extensive testing.
Technical support is very knowledgeable now.
At one time, they were horrible since they were blue washed. After the blue wash and a couple of years on the honeymoon, then they have gotten considerably better. They have had problems understanding that they do not know as much about the company's environment as the employee does. This will result in them downgrading tickets, and they will just do it on the fly. This is not a good thing because they do not understand the issue. This may not look like a sub 1 ticket to IBM support, but it is.
We went in and tested it. We continually test everything that is in the industry. Guardium has significantly gone past the mark of acceptable every single time, as compared to their other competitors.
Overall, it is a very solid product.