Potentially sensitive data can be located anywhere and it can be a challenge to identify where. Even with data security and audit policies in place sensitive data can be located away from watchful eyes and be ripe for exploitation. With this tool a DBA can search for common sensitive column name definitions or create custom column name search criteria to find potentially sensitive data to investigate, secure, and audit.Overview Tech Specs
Potentially sensitive data can be located anywhere and it can be a challenge to identify where. Even with data security and audit policies in place sensitive data can be located away from watchful eyes and be ripe for exploitation. With this tool a DBA can search for common sensitive column name definitions or create custom column name search criteria to find potentially sensitive data to investigate, secure, and audit.
Common sensitive data strings such as birth date, income, and password have been preconfigured for you to select from. The flexible design also enables you to define specific strings and to create and save different search profiles to customize exactly what you want to search for. This enables a variety of uses such as helping locate potentially sensitive data, performing database maintenance tasks, or to just find a specific column name.
Define your search to look across all databases within an instance, confine it to a specific database, or even to a specific table within a database to give you the search granularity you need.
Search results are presented in a summary grid that lists each database and table combination in which a search was successful, and a details section to see the column names found in each table. You can export the information from the database and table summary grid to CSV format to easily analyze and report results in your favorite spreadsheet application.
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Drill down, select, and copy permissions for specific databases within your SQL Server.
Simply select a SQL Server login, script the permissions associated with the selected login, modify that script, and apply the permissions to a target SQL Server.
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