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New MySQL Security Features & Important Tips for ISVs & OEMs - white paper and webcast

New MySQL Security Features & Important Tips for ISVs & OEMs - white paper and webcast

The data generated by your application may be one of your customers most valued assets. Keeping it safe and compliant with standards such as HiPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and PCI Data Security have been made easier with three recently released MySQL security capabilities. Watch the new on-demand webcast "MySQL Security Enhancements and Important Security Tips for ISVs & OEMs" and read the related new white Paper "For ISVs and OEMs: A Guide to Securing MySQL in Windows-Based Applications" to learn more about MySQL's new security features and important security best practices for ISVs and OEMs. Topics include:
  • Understanding the MySQL Database Security Model
  • MySQL Enterprise Security, which includes External Authentication for PAM and Windows
  • MySQL Enterprise Audit, a policy-based Auditing solution
  • New Password Management capabilities in MySQL 5.6
  • Changing MySQL default settings
  • Setting MySQL to install securely
  • Obscuring InnoDB data
  • Making your application aware of database file tampering
  • Account and Password Management
  • Encryption
  • and more
>>Watch MySQL Security Enhancements and Important Security Tips for ISVs & OEMs webcast on-demand / download the slides and Q&A transcript

>>Read the white paper "For ISVs and OEMs: A Guide to Securing MySQL in Windows-Based Applications"

You may also be interested in security vendor, Symantec's, reasons for using MySQL as its products' embedded database

>>Symantec case study


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