IDERA SQL Compliance Manager Expands Support for Regulatory Guidelines

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A recent press release reports, “IDERA (an Idera, Inc. company), a provider of powerful database productivity tools, today announced the latest release of its flagship SQL Compliance Manager product. Version 5.6 features new reports and log files that increase compliance visibility and awareness with a focus on GDPR, as well as improved usability and functionality of configuration settings. SQL Compliance Manager is a comprehensive database auditing solution that monitors and tracks changes to SQL Server objects and data, and sends alerts on suspicious activity. The product also generates audit reports to demonstrate compliance with regulatory and data security requirements such as GDPR, SOX, PCI, HIPAA, CIS, NERC, DISA/STIG, and FERPA.”

The release goes on, “According to recent TechValidate survey data, 100% of SQL Compliance Manager customers have realized an improvement in identifying suspicious behavior; 93% have experienced an improvement in finding potential security risks; and 88% have seen improvement in analyzing user access & activity. Additionally, 36% of organizations have reduced the amount of time they used to spend generating audit compliance reports by more than 50%. ‘Since implementing SQL Compliance Manager, we achieved much quicker analysis for regulatory compliance,’ noted one database administrator (DBA) at a Global 500 professional services organization. Another DBA from a large enterprise financial services firm confirmed, ‘SQL Compliance Manager has ensured we meet and surpass our audit needs with less effort and time’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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