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The recent breach in credit card security with VISA and MasterCard accounts is just one of many stories we hear on a regular basis that put us on edge when it comes to our personal data getting compromised. Some IT folks in charge of application and database security might say "what we have is good enough", yet that is exactly what hackers count on when they attempt to steal data and information.
Internet Security Advisors Group (ISAG) recently did a review of data security and how Progress DataDirect can prevent the types of breaches which cost billions of dollars annually. Supporting NTLM, Kerberos, Database client encryption, and SSL, DataDirect drivers give you the flexibility to build a secure application. With DataDirect wire-protocol drivers, you can use the best security functionality, across all platforms, with no need for database client libraries (which can invoke a separate set of security concerns).
Whether you require ODBC, JDBC, or ADO.NET access to your relational, cloud, or data warehouse data sources, Progress DataDirect provides the necessary options to keep your data secure.
Download Progress DataDirect Drivers today and keep your data secure!
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