Sybase security benchmark
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) announced on Thursday that the wide release of the consensus security benchmark for its premiere, corporation-level relational database management system (RDBMS)—the Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE)—to the public.
This new benchmark remains the sole regulatory management guide available that effectively secures the Sybase ASE databases' configurations.
Moreover, the Sybase ASE 15.0's Security Configuration Benchmark offers the finest configuration setting proposals that covers over six security classes.
The benchmark was mostly developed via a consensus
investigation process that includes contract and volunteer subject matter experts.
These participants offered a lot of insight, feedback, and perspective from various background sets such as legal, government, software development, audit and compliance, operations, security research, and consulting.
CIS benchmarks are mainly user-driven, which means that they're a lot more accepted and adopted in academia, industry, business, and government than other benchmarks when it comes to making a solid foundation for network configuration and enterprise system policies.
Security must not be considered as a performance hindrance or unnecessary expense.
The advanced protection features found in Sybase servers are there for a reason; they protect your investment and maximize your data management capabilities.