Category: SOX

Harnessing Privileged Database UsersTeam Shatter Exclusive

Posted September 14, 2011 by TeamSHATTER Admin in Compliance, Database Security, HIPAA, Oracle, PCI, SOX, Team Shatter Exclusive, User Rights with 0 comments
privleged database users separation of duties

An important requirement for ensuring database security compliance is the ability to keep privileged users “under control.” This process is often called “separation of duty” and is directly related to minimizing insider threats. Most security regulations including Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) require the implementation of strict separation-of-duty practices in order to tackle the increasing presence of  insider threat. Principle of least privilege is a well-known best practice…

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Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights or Wrongs?Team Shatter Exclusive

Posted May 3, 2011 by Mark Trinidad in Best Practices, Compliance, PCI, SOX, Team Shatter Exclusive, Tips and Tricks with 0 comments
Privacy Bill of Rights

Let’s take a closer look at the recently proposed Kerry-McCain Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights 2011 and what it means to database security, risk and compliance (SRC).  You can read the full text here from Senator Kerry’s website.  As I start to review the bill, I am keen to reference the Schoolhouse Rock, I’m Just A Bill video since this particular bill may not go anywhere in its current form, as other bills have done in the past. So what…

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