Independently monitors and audit all database activity, including administrator activity and SQL query transactions (DML, DDL, DCL and TCL.)
DATASKOPE monitors database activity without audit subsystem of the respective database server being turned on. It classifies and correlates the audit logs and store them outside the database. It ensures that a service account only accesses a database from a defined sources, and only runs a narrow group of authorized queries. This can alert you to compromises of a service account either from the system that normally uses it, or if the account credentials show up in a connection from an unexpected system.
Dataskope Agents can record all SQL transactions: DML, DDL, DCL, and TCL. It can do this without relying on local database logs, thus reducing performance degradation.
Dataskope Database Activity Monitoring lets you:
- Monitor Logins – Monitor successful and failed logons and ensure they are from predefined and valid sources
- Monitor Changes – Audit SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE, EXEC, and other SQL statements.
- Monitor Access to Sensitive Information – Monitor who is accessing sensitive information. When the unexpected happens generate alerts.
- Monitor Privileged Users – Audit DBA/Developer activity and configuration changes to the database system.
- Generate Reports – Pre-defined policies and reports for PCI, SOX, and other generic compliance requirements.
- Reporting – ISO27001, COBIT, PCI, SOX reports are just clicks away.
Supported Database Servers and Operating Systems
Following database servers are supported:
(Local and Bequeath modes are supported)
- Oracle 11g R1
- Oracle 11g R2
- Oracle 12c R1
- Oracle 12c R2
- Oracle 18c
- Oracle 19c
Supported Operating Systems
- RedHat EL6
- RedHat EL7
- Oracle Linux (EL7+)
- SUSE 11.4, 12.x, 15.x
- Solaris 11.3+ (x86 and SPARC)
Microsoft SQL Server
Dataskope SQL Server agent is supported on the following Microsoft SQL Server versions: (clustered installations are also supported)
- 2008 R2
- 2012 R2
- PostGRE SQL
- Elastic Search