CA Cleanup for z/OS (CA Cleanup) reduces the effort and pressure associated with maintaining current regulatory, statutory and audit requirements. It does this by removing obsolete, unused, redundant and excessive access rights through easily automated, virtually unattended and continuous cleanup of mainframe security databases CA ACF2TM, CA Top Secret and IBM RACF.
DB Networks DBN-6300 offers database cycbersecurity that will “shine a light” on your database infrastructure. Through deep protocol analysis the DBN-6300 will provide you new insights along and a situational awareness of your database infrastructure. You'll have real-time database security to immediately identify database attacks and compromised credentials.
Armed with these new insights you are now able to establish a defensive layer for your database infrastructure. You can now confidently take the proper actions necessary to significantly reduce your attack surface and reduce the risk of a data breach.
Operating at the database tier, directly in front of the database servers, the DBN-6300 is in the perfect location to effectively analyze database traffic. It will immediately identify any undocumented databases, identify traffic to/from restricted segments, identify advanced database attacks, and the use of compromised credentials. When rogue SQL statements are present at the database tier it means your perimeter defenses have been breached and your application has also been exploited. The DBN-6300 stands as the final defense in your database defense-in-depth strategy.
The DBN-6300 is easy to set up and can be deployed with no changes to existing applications, databases, or cybersecurity systems.
CA Cleanup is ranked 14th in Database Security while DB Networks DBN-6300 is ranked 19th in Database Security. CA Cleanup is rated 0.0, while DB Networks DBN-6300 is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA Cleanup is most compared with IBM Security zSecure, whereas DB Networks DBN-6300 is most compared with .
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