Presentation on theme: "Notes: Update as of 1/13/2010. Vulnerabilities are included for SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008. Oracle (8i, 9i, 9iR2, 10g, 10gR2,11g),"— Presentation transcript:
Notes: Update as of 1/13/2010. Vulnerabilities are included for SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008. Oracle (8i, 9i, 9iR2, 10g, 10gR2,11g), IBM DB2 (8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 9.0, 9.5), Query for Oracle was run with vendor name: ‘Oracle’, and product name: ‘any’ (all database product name variations were queried). Query for IBM DB2 was run with vendor name: ‘IBM’, and product name: ‘db2.’ Query for MySQL was run with vendor name: ‘MySQL’, and product name: ‘Any.’ Query for Microsoft was run with vendor name: ‘Microsoft ‘ ; product name: ‘Microsoft SQL Server’; version name: ’Any’ This chart counts NIST CVE – Software Flaws (Each CVE might include more than one Oracle vulnerabilities)
SQL Server 2008 Master Database Certificate SQL Server 2008 User Database Database Encryption Key Operating System Level Data Protection API (DPAPI) SQL Server 2008 Instance Level Service Master Key SQL Server 2008 Master Database Database Master Key
Security functions: Access control, audit, management, identification & authentication, session handling and memory management Assurance components: Functional specs and high level design plus independent vulnerability testing Environment: CC certified OS (Windows Server) and admin roles Requirement for many governments, industries, and enterprise customers SQL Server 2008 Enterprise achieved Common Criteria (CC) compliance at EAL1+ (Evaluation Assurance Level), EAL4+ is in progress and recognized by the US government Represents the third time for CC compliance and the first time for a 64-bit version of SQL Server Common Criteria Certification R2 is built on the SQL Server 2008 foundation and brings forward the security benefits with minimal changes to the core engine
Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) governs health information privacy, security, organizational identifiers, and overall administrative practices HIPAA has 5 major components, SQL Server can help support the Security Rule; ensuring protected health information (PHI) SQL Server supports HIPAA areas: Access controls, Data integrity & encryption, Communications security, and Audit & compliance Take advantage of SQL Server 2008 capabilities to help meet database-related compliance requirements Technical features can support HIPAA requirements like role-based access, strong user authentication, encryption, and event logging SQL Server Support SQL Server features can promote the consistency of deployed technical controls and enable effective monitoring over time Whitepaper: “Supporting HIPAA Compliance with Microsoft SQL Server 2008,” Authored by Information Security Center of Expertise at Jefferson Wells International, Inc, a leading Risk Advisory and Security Compliance services organization.Supporting HIPAA Compliance with Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) is a worldwide security standard created by the Payment Card Industry Security Council SQL Server can be deployed to meet the database server requirements and should always be considered by personnel in cardholder environments SQL Server supports PCI areas: Vendor- supplied defaults, protect stored data, encrypt data transmission, restrict access to data, assign unique IDs to persons with access, and monitor all access to data Take advantage of SQL Server 2008 capabilities to help meet database-related compliance requirements Technical features can support PCI requirements like TDE, EKM, SQL Server Audit, and Policy-Based Management SQL Server Support Automated implementation of key SQL Server 2008 features help enable customers to achieve PCI compliance and standardized security controls Whitepaper: “Deploying SQL Server 2008 Based on Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS),” Authored by certified audit firm, Parente Randolph (now ParenteBeard).“Deploying SQL Server 2008 Based on Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS)
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