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     Database Access Controller 

    Protect your organization’s most sensitive information by controlling web access to databases. 

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    Why Database Access Controller for secure databases? 

    Delinea’s Database Access Controller enables enterprises to adopt modern cloud databases from AWS, Google, Azure, Oracle, Redis, and others while still enforcing appropriate access levels, multi-factor authentication, complete reporting, and auditing workflows. 

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    Protect sensitive information

    Proxy connections through a centralized portal and restrict direct database access. 

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    Control access

    Protect databases with layered authentication, authorization, and granular role-based access controls. 

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    Report and audit

    Provides time-based access, auditable logs and reports, generate alerts and notifications. 

    Manage authentication, authorization, and auditing across all databases 

    Gain granular access control to databases, such as Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, Redis, AWS RDS, Google DB, whether on-premise or in the cloud. See who is accessing databases and govern their database access using capabilities such as multi-factor authentication (MFA) and logging activities for tighter database security. 

    See how you can protect sensitive access to your databases.

    Secure Access

    Secure database access to protect your most valuable information

    Manage Privileged Users

    Monitor and manage privileged users and improve productivity

    Verify Identities

    Verify identities for tighter database security

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    Layer MFA on connections to the database

    Reporting and Compliance

    Audit database access to ensure compliance

    Why is controlling access to databases such a critical priority? 

    Databases are an essential resource for organizations and contain valuable and sensitive information that needs to be protected. Monitoring and controlling access to databases is a critical priority for security teams primarily because of this sensitive information. Privileged access, in particular, should require multi-factor authentication, and sessions should be monitored, recorded, and regularly reviewed. 

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