Protect and preserve data

Keep your business critical or sensitive data protected, and stay compliant, without slowing development down.

As data protection legislation tightens, and the risk of data breaches grows, so does scrutiny of how sensitive data is stored and used within organizations.

Without the right processes or tooling in place, software development can grind to a halt under the weight of data security concerns.

It’s imperative to strike a balance between intensified data compliance needs and business demands for speed and agility.

By taking a Compliant Database DevOps approach and adopting best practices like cataloguing and masking data as it moves through environments and monitoring for suspicious activity, your organization can meet its business objectives while ensuring sensitive data is protected.

“Data breaches don't end after the public disclosure. Leaked or breached data can continue to live on and be used, reused, sold, or resold."

Jim Walter, Senior Research Scientist, Cylance

Know where your data is stored and its level of sensitivity

Build an up-to-date data catalog as a central reference guide for IT teams, giving them the context to implement the right controls to protect sensitive data.

Integrate the data catalog into day-to-day processes to allow automated security controls, streamline workflows, and guide the handling of sensitive information.

Minimize your exposure to a data breach

Use data masking techniques such as pseudonymization to bring production-like data into development and test, while ensuring sensitive data isn’t exposed.

Provision new environments at speed and support a DevOps way of working, without increasing the potential sources for a data breach.

Be the first to hear if your data is at risk

Apply automatic monitoring for suspicious activity on your servers, giving your security team round-the-clock notice about potential data breaches.

Your team can work safe in the knowledge that systems containing sensitive data are being watched and that, if sensitive information is compromised, they’ll have all the information they need to act fast.

Set up DevOps as a system for compliance

Ensure ongoing protection of sensitive data through coordinated DevOps processes designed with data security up front.

Help teams meet compliance standards through automation, and development and deployment practices that are reliable, repeatable, and traceable. Deliver your software the same way each time and get the transparency you need to pass data security audits.

What does the process look like?

  • Standardize
  • Automate
  • Monitor
  • Protect

2018 State of Database DevOps Report

We surveyed 1000 SQL Server professionals to see how many had adopted, or planned to adopt, DevOps practices in their organization and how many had extended those principles to their databases.

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"Our key consideration for all activities is risk management. If our systems go down it costs ABSA a lot of money very quickly"

Rynhardt van Rensburg, Systems Analyst, ABSA Bank

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