SQL Server Performance Newsletter
Monday January 15, 2019

How monitoring can help keep your SQL Server estate secure

With attacks on data systems like SQL Server becoming increasingly creative and sophisticated, you need a monitoring solution that doesnt just find known attacks, but spots signs of improper access as well.
In this new whitepaper youll learn:

  • Why standard monitoring alone leaves you vulnerable
  • How to defend against unknown attacks with a broader monitoring approach
  • How to set up a monitoring system to spot, investigate, and stop attacks

  • Download the whitepaper


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