IBM Automates Security for Databases

Tuesday Jun 10th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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The vendor trots out security management software from its Tivoli line that is replete with autonomic features.

[From atnewyork.com]

IBM (Quote, Company Info) has unveiled new software from its Tivoli line that helps companies monitor and protect databases from security threats, users with hostile intentions and viruses.

IBM Tivoli Risk Manager 4.1 now supports the three leading database products in the market, IBM DB2 Universal Database, Oracle Database and Microsoft SQL Server. It features autonomic characteristics, which the Armonk, N.Y. outfit has been implementing across all of its software lines of late as part of its e-business on-demand strategy to keep systems up and running regardless of obstacles or issues. IBM competes with the likes of Computer Associates, BMC and Peregrine Systems in the management software sector of the IT industry.

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