DB Networks Pushes Behavioral Analysis IDS to Tackle SQLi

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4Q 2013 | IN-1017563


IDS-6300 Core versus SQLi


DB Networks introduced this November 2013 its IDS-6300 intelligent security appliance, a core intrusion detection system (IDS) for securing databases. The IDS-6300 makes use of the company’s patented behavioral analysis technology, with a specific focus on targeting SQL injection (SQLi) attacks, which have been the heyday of hackers for more than a decade. The hardware was also selected as a finalist in the Best Database Security Solution category for the SC (Magazine) Awards 2014.

An IDS That Out-thinks the Unknown


SQLi attacks are consistently at the top of the list of most common threat vectors for websites and SQL databases. They are the preferred point-of-entry for database breach. Some of the most notorious data losses in the past few years have been pos...

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