Handling DAM connectivity with multiple agents requires taking a careful approach to sizing and performance.
When it comes to data-centric security, database administrators have a broad range of tools to choose from.
While the native audit is a popular and easy-to-use solution, it comes with limitations. Native audits only use the database server’s built-in tools, so there is an inherent trade-off between security and performance.
Database activity monitoring (DAM), on the other hand, identifies and reports unauthorized behavior without severely impacting operations or productivity. This gives DAM solutions a valuable edge over native ...