It's not difficult to lock down a database. In fact, it's quite trivial, says David Litchfield, managing director at NGSSoftware Ltd. in the U.K.
In an interview with Executive Editor Dennis Fisher, Litchfield reviews the state of database security, the increasing number of data breaches, and three of the most common mistakes that administrators are making.
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