With this, McAfee aims to make it easier for AWS clients to establish an agreement to examiners and defend critical assets of database
McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity organization, announced McAfee Database Security for Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), strengthening the relationship of organizations with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and shared assurance to provide cloud-based security solutions. This new product carries all database activity of real-time visibility into virtually, containing local privileged user access and provides the capability to prevent and monitor the sophisticated attacks within the database. This cloud-based security product improves the McAfee’s device-to-cloud strategy by extending it to customer cloud deployments to Amazon RDS and taking a best-in-class database security solution.
As administrations migrate to the cloud for their critical applications, they often have thousands of databases in the cloud. One of the biggest concerns that the client’s have in migrating database workloads to the cloud is involuntarily losing the controls they might have on-premises. McAfee makes it easier for AWS customers to demonstrate obedience to auditors and protect the database of critical assets. With McAfee, individuals can assist from real-time protection for database projects migrated to Amazon RDS while observing databases on-premises, all within the same conception.
We generally hear from our broad client base that they need to fortify their cloud database distributions with strong security outfits, similar to how McAfee has always done with on-premises databases said Anand Ramanathan, the vice president of enterprise yields, McAfee. “By working with AWS, we are helping to facilitate our clients cloud journeys by pairing the security full-blooded of McAfee with Amazon RDS. AWS customers can now gain access to McAfee Database Security to add an extra layer of security and rapidly implement critical workflows.”
We are pleased to see the launch of McAfee Database Security for Amazon RDS, offering enterprises the ability to continue their journey to the cloud with an extra layer of security, said by Sailesh Krishnamurthy, General Manager, MySQL, Aurora, and MariaDB, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Clients using Amazon RDS will now be able to automate time-consuming tasks so they are free to focus on the availability, performance, and compatibility of their applications.”
McAfee Security Database can be permitted with just a few clicks of Amazon RDS on any occurrence of Amazon Aurora with additional Amazon RDS, PostgreSQL compatibility, and database engines to follow.
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