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DATA AND SECURITY EXPERTS


Attack Surface

Reducing the attack surface on your servers can improve security significantly. If it’s not used uninstall it now.

Least Privilege Principle

Make sure your users have access to only what they need to do their jobs. Anymore and you risk data loss from both bad actors and virus outbreaks.

SQL INJECTION ATTACKS

Prevent SQL injection attacks, the most prevalent database breach method today

BUSINESS CONTINUITY

Continue business operations when a crisis or disaster occurs

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A LITTLE ABOUT US


SQL Instances Monitored

Databases Managed

Health Checks Performed

Clients Migrated to 2014

Data is valuable

Cyber-attackers want to steal data from your databases

Very effective attack

SQL injection attacks locate entry points and probe for vulnerabilities

Legacy software to blame

SQL injection attacks identify and steal data from poorly-coded web applications

Reveal user details

SQL injection attacks try to learn system info and database structure

How they do it

Attackers use your web application build SQL statements

Sold to other bad actors

SQL injection attacks access user tables and steal user names and passwords

Digital Samurai

Database Security & Compliance


Managed Services

For larger Database environments using our managed services can reduce your downtime, reduce your overheads and improve your service SLAs.

Server Heath Checks

Do your servers seem slower than usual? Servers need periodic maintenance to keep them at peak performance. Are you due a free Server health check?

Consultants and Contractors

Some projects are larger than others and require on site attendance. We provide skilled professionals across the entire Microsoft BI and Data stack for a variety of projects.

DIGITAL SAMURAI

SQL INJECTIONS TOP ATTACK STATISTICS


97%
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of data breaches are a result of SQL injections

87%
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OF COMPANIES COULD HAVE PREVENTED ATTACKS

31%
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RELATED TO CYBER CRIME

56%
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RELATED TO HACKTIVISM

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Be the FIRST to know the latest SQL and IT Security news

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