Exposing the Hidden Costs of Database Security Solutions
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Amy previously helped launch Current Analysis' public sector IT solutions coverage. She has written numerous analytical reports identifying competitive opportunities and threats to system integrators and vendors pursuing the U.S. government business to help clients increase their contract win rate. Prior to that, Amy covered vendor-driven professional services solutions.
Amy has also served as a writer and editor at well-known industry publications includingtele.com, InformationWeek, InternetWeek, and Data Communications, as well as a technology industry analyst covering network and applications management at Enterprise Management Associates. Amy also was the editor of CMP’s InternetWeek site, as well as regular contributor to newsletters written for ShoreTel’s IP telephony and McAfee's security customers.
IT security professionals evaluating various database security solutions will see a slew of benefit statements and favorable pricing, all in an effort to influence a purchase decision toward a specific solution. Nevertheless, by paying close attention to the features in six key capabilities, decision-makers can calculate the hidden cost of any such solution in three critical areas: Staff, Hardware, and Risk Mitigation. Once these hidden costs are calculated, line-of-business and IT executives will see a wide disparity between database security offerings from which the solution with the largest organizational value and lowest total cost of ownership may be selected.
In this webinar, we will provide a framework to calculate the financial impact of any database security solution, and evaluate the attributes and features:
- Tool monitoring and configuration management
- Reporting capabilities
- Solution administration and management
- APIs and integration methods
- Alerts, policies, and audit reports
Attendees of this webinar will receive a complementary download of Exposing the Hidden Costs of Database Security Solutions.