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IBM Security Guardium Analyzer

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IBM Security Guardium Analyzer helps organizations efficiently address regulated data risk through data discovery, data classification, vulnerability scanning and database risk scoring for on-premises and cloud databases.

Sign up for your free trial of IBM Security Guardium Analyzer

Click here, and please download the IBM Security Guardium Data Connector to a Windows-based server and ensure you have user-level access to the database(s) you want to scan (up to 3). The trial supports: Db2, Db2 for i, Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server.

With your free Guardium Analyzer trial, you can:

  • Identify and classify personal and sensitive personal data
  • Run vulnerability assessment scans to determine database risk
  • Use prioritized risk scoring results and remediation recommendations to start addressing risks

For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at birgitte_reusch@dk.ibm.com

Integrated Business Unit Leader Security Denmark at IBM

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